Well hello. Yes this is June 2020. A lot has happened at the end of June and early July which will be part of This Is July 2020…..eventually.
There’s quite a number of images which I am still trying to load to my site so I thought I’d get a bit of my blah blah out of the way. I wont be mixing like I do but the following photos will be in blocks with a particular theme I guess. I was thinking of leaving the update on the Joey until then end but those photos are loaded so lets bung them on now. That’ll get the cute out of the way so be ready to ahhh. Also get a cup of you favourite drink and a snack as you wade through what is my June 2020
As you can see Joey is growing up
This is a huge gallery of birds. Starting with a Black Kite
A Black-shouldered Kite hovering which they do as they hunt for prey
The Black Kite found the perfect perch to observe the goings on
The Yellow Robins were in the garden most of June
A classic Australian scene of a Kookaburra in an old gum tree
Blue-faced Honeyeaters will take on any pose to get a snack
The Cormorants knew when the fishers were sorting the catch
The Dusky Woodswallow was quite intent on something
The Satin Bowerbird is always looking for material to construct and make the Bower better
The Satin Bowerbird has bought lunch to his Bower hoping a female may be interested.
The Bower only has a few objects so maybe a female may not be interested unless she is hungry
The Rainbow Bee Eaters were in the garden swooping around the flowering plants
Rainbow Lorikeets love Eucalypt blossoms
The Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike found a good spot in the garden to watch what was going on
The young Gannets had a great time fishing
It’s time for a few flowers and assorted plant life This is a Leafless Globe Pea. I haven’t seen this plant on my place before and the fire has bout it to life I think
Then the flowers become pods
Then the dry and the seed can rattle around on the dried pod
OK fungi time. A bit of rain in June bought the fungi out as well
It was good to see tiny fungi rising from the ashes
Anothr new native plant bought to life after the fire
I am sure this is from my besties garden
This one as well
Life bursts forth from the trees. Eucalypt flowers are amazing.
Time for a mixed bag. The water in the harbour
You have seen this scene a few time over the past month.
I love the faces in the Bottle Trees
Who doesn’t love a bit of rust?
The old bloke smoking a pipe. Yes my bestie and I having fun on a walk
Looking through a prism. No where as good as Becky’s of Jez’s Lens Balls
A water drop high in a tree caught my eye
I love the world in a water drop
It’s time for a few insects. Nothing scary I promise even this spider is so tiny
The grasshopper was hoping I wouldn’t notice him on the steel beam
Everyone was attracted to the flower. I think they may be a type of Beefly
While the Bees were out in the garden collecting pollen. The pollen sacs are getting full.
I love finding spiders webs on the fence. This one was so tiny
The storm was approaching as we headed home. A shaft of light illuminated this farm house
Some days the clouds are just fabulous
Solitary Island in the early morning sea mist
Heading home to roost so I guess we better get ready to say good night as well
Our Moon is illuminating the way home. I hope to see you next month for another look into bushboys world
Before I go I should really give you one last chance to have a loving sigh
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