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Bush Hiking in Woronora

 

Hiking through the bushland down to Woronora village was rewarding - getting back up the slopes was more challenging

Red Wattlebird in Glen Bushland Reserve

 

 

Red Wattlebird spotted in the splendid Glen Bushland Reserve - in Bonnet Bay

 

Where's the Pussum?

 

 

It looks like the possum's gone, Cyril. Cockatoos need to be cautious on rooftops

A Splash in the Pond

 

 

Making a bit of a splash at the duck pond - in Oatley Park wetlands

 

Galahs Walking in the Park

 

 

A splendid afternoon for a couple of Galahs, walking in the park - especially one full of Dandelions and other juicy weeds

Handsome Blue-winged Kookaburra

 

 

A very handsome Blue-winged Kookaburra - spotted in Burnum Burnum Sanctuary, along the Woronora River

Elevated Lorikeets

 Two Rainbow Lorikeets in Oatley Park - with an elevated perspective of the surrounding bushland

Visiting Crimson Rosella

 

 

Sitting in the Camellia Tree, on a very pleasant and sunny afternoon - a Crimson Rosella, visiting from the nearby Oatley Park bushland

Seaplanes on Botany Bay

 

 

Good to see the old seaplanes taking off from Botany Bay, once again

Sunrise on Botany Bay

 

 

Seagull hovering over Botany Bay at sunrise

 

Camera Shy Cockatoos Part-B

 

 

I think you're right, Mavis - Just ignore him and he'll go away

 

Camera Shy Cockatoos Part-A

 Pop your head out here for a sec, Cyril - I think that giant Turkey down there is staring at us

Female King Parrot

 

 

Female King Parrot, poking her head out - in some nearby bushland

 

 

Typical Day in the Park

 

 

Just another one of your typical days in the Park. Plenty of idle chatter - Much ado about nothing

 

Cheeky Lorikeet in Oatley Park

 

 

Now here's a rather cheeky Lorikeet spotted in Oatley Park - with a grin bigger than his tail feathers

Fishing with the Kids

 Taking the kids fishing, on the Georges River at Como

Jay-Walking Lapwings

 

 

Looks like a pair of smartly dressed business folk - jaywalking across the road in Como

 

Dense Bushland - Snowy River National Park

 

Some of the dense bushland in the Deddick Valley - travelling through the Snowy River National Park, in Victoria

 

Bush Scenes along Port Hacking

 

 

A couple of feral deer spotted roaming in a reserve pocket, north side of Port Hacking - away from the National Park

 

One-Legged Lorikeet

 

 Here's a one-legged Rainbow Lorikeet paying a visit - or maybe just having a good old scratch

 

Pied Cormorant

 

 

A couple of Little Pied Cormorants, drying their wings - at Taren Point, on the Georges River

 

 

Basking in the Sunshine

 

 

Basking in the sunshine on a cold winter morning - over the Georges River, in Oatley Park

 

 

Wood Ducks Return

 

 

Good to see this pair of Australian Wood Ducks returning - not spotted in Oatley Park for a while

 

 

Two Headed Duck

Spotted this two-headed duck in Oatley Park - on refection, it's a female Chestnut Teal

 

Tawny Frogmouth Pair

 

  Here's a better view of the pair of Tawny Frogmouths I've been spotting lately - in Oatley Park

 

Just Popped By

 

Now look who just dropped by - hoping for a bit of morning tea

River View in Como

A decent river view in Como

Nosey Neighbour

Nosey neighbour - I meant noisy

Cute Little Lorikeet

Cute little lorikeet, peeking through the Bottlebrush tree

Checking for the All Clear

Checking the area for the all clear,in Oatley Park - you can never be too sure these days

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