Category Archive for 'Birding'

Autumn Birds.

Two perfect autumn days have seen the garden full of birds, one day’s count while working numbered twenty two native species, below. Some, like the Scarlet Robins, Grey Shrike-thrushes, Grey Fantails, Willie Wagtails and Yellow-rumped Thornbills shadowed me, darting down to the freshly raked ground to snap up uncovered food items. Their delightful company started […]

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April Roundup.

We’ve had the best autumn break for years, 100 mm plus at the time of writing, everything is green and moist, and the garden plants are loving it. The soft easterly rain settles on the grevillea flowers making them look even more beautiful, these drops are on Peaches and Cream, probably the most vigorous and […]

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