Birds Birds Birds!

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Hope all of you are doing well and keeping yourselves occupied and well. I am posting some of the birds that come to my garden and fly around the house. Below is a picture of The rainbow lorikeet: is a species of parrot found in Australia. It is common along the eastern seaboard, from northern Queensland to South Australia. Its habitat is rainforest, coastal bush and woodland areas. Rainbow lorikeets are true parrots, and is a medium-sized parrot. The head is deep blue with a greenish-yellow collar, and the rest of the upper parts (wings, back and tail) are green. The chest is orange/yellow. The belly is deep blue, and the thighs and rump are green. In flight a yellow wing-bar contrasts clearly with the red underwing feathers (coverts).

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Rainbow lorikeets feed mainly on fruit, pollen and nectar, and possess a tongue adapted especially for their particular diet. The end of the tongue is equipped with a papillate appendage adapted to gathering pollen and nectar from flowers. Nectar from eucalyptus is important in Australia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_lorikeet.

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The birds with yellow beaks are honey eaters. They forage in the canopy of trees, on trunks and branches, and on the ground, mainly eats nectar, fruit, and insects, and is a vocal species with a large range of songs, calls, scoldings and alarms, and almost constant vocalisations, particularly from young birds. So called noisy miners. Most are loud and penetrating, and consist of harsh single notes. It has two broad-frequency alarm calls that are used when mobbing intruders into their territory, or when predators (including humans) are sighted; and a narrow-frequency alarm call that is primarily used when airborne predators are seen, such as the brown falcon, or other large flying birds, including the Australian magpie. A grey bird with a distinctive yellow patch behind the eye, yellow-orange bill and feet and a yellow-olive patch on the wings, and white tips on the tail feathers. Noisy miners are gregarious and territorial; they forage, bathe, roost, breed and defend territory communally, forming colonies that can contain several hundred birds. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noisy_miner.

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Above  and below are pictures of a special bird that came twice recently. Its almost like observing what is going on. I will write a little more later on.

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4 thoughts on “Birds Birds Birds!

  1. Oh wow, these rainbow lorikeets are truly amazing creatures. There’s a lot here I’ll admit to not knowing, which is bad in the sense that I’m pretty ignorant on the bird front, and good because I love to learn. It’s fascinating that they’re tongues are adapted that way for their diet. You’ve got amazing photographs here, beautiful.
    Caz xx

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    1. Thank You so much Caz. Well well I also have lot to learn still, part of the description as you see I have done reference. There is a lot of things including animal world I also have yet to learn. Learning new things will never end, of course we cannot cover everything. Hope your Health is improving. I wish you Good Health as always. You always come and appreciate and comment for which I am very greateful. Keeps my Blog active and its so nice to get some feed back. Lots of Love from me and Healing Energy coming Your way ❤ ❤ ❤

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