41 thoughts on “Lots of RR’s

  1. Really nice shots of the double R’s! I love the berries, but the two shots that really appeal are 1) the mirror on the sand, and 2) the spider on the mirror (what an interesting effect that is!). Thank you for sharing these!

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  2. Wonderful photos. Are the black coloured berries edible? Do you see theses birds near your home or do you go trekking. Here there is a birding club who meet once a month. They trek to different places.

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    1. Thank you Lakshmi. The berries are from what is commonly called an Ikk Plant. You can make ink bit I don’t think they are edible. I wouldn’t try to anyway, probably leave your mouth black lol.
      The birds on the beach are not near my place so it’s a trip to the coast. All the others are at my place most of the time πŸ™‚

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      1. Yeah Cormorant and Oystercatchers are the same world over more or less. Not sure about Currawongs but they could have. King Parrots have nothing else like them. It is a Satin Bowerbird πŸ™‚

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      2. Thanks for the confirmation, BrianπŸ‘Currawongs are vaguely equivalent to our Crow species so I had a good idea what I was looking at πŸ˜… And Parrots – such show-offs and easy to check πŸ˜‚

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