This is a difficult challenge mainly from the point of view as what is perched up? perhaps some birds are perched but maybe not as up as at eye level. But then again maybe I am perched up so they are as well. Anyway lets have a song to listen while we scroll and enjoy a few birds on their perches.
I grouped the birds together. White-faced Heron, Egrets on fence posts, Satin Bowerbird female, Satin Bowerbird male, Satin Flycatcher, Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo, Sulpher-crested Cockatoo, Little Corella,, Brahaminy Kite on a power pole, Black-shouldered Kite far away, Wedged-tailed Eagle, Gull on a statue, Willie wagtail on a cow, Lewins Honeyeater, Eastern Yellow Robin, Rose Robin.
I thought I had already contributed to Lisa’s photo challenge and looking through my posts I can see that I have written quite a number of posts with a similar theme. I will have to dig into the archives for this one so sorry if you have seen some of these before
Here’s a short song that I discovered many many years ago. I hope you can enjoy it as much as I do.
I didn’t really know what I could find but an egret or eagle or two but lets press on and see what E birds may be found around here.
Well I found an Egret that doesn’t mind riding cattle, Eagles with food, thanks goodness that I have a few photos of Eastern birds and a dove. Head on out with a bit of Aussie rock from the 70’s plus a slice of what Australia was like at that time
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