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N 13 B 273 C 3 E Sep 14, 2015 F Apr 17, 2021
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My Hang-ups.

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N 33 B 679 C 4 E Sep 30, 2014 F Apr 14, 2021
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Lost photo from Fashion Week

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N 42 B 590 C 5 E Nov 26, 2018 F Apr 9, 2021
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Male Australian King-Parrots (Alisterus scapularis) are the only Australian parrots with a completely red head. Females are similar to males except that they have a completely green head and breast. Both sexes have a red belly and a green back, with green wings and a long green tail.
This gentle fellow is a regular visitor to my backyard in Sydney. They do not squawk or screech like a lot of parrots but have a soft bell sounding voice. This gentle, beautiful bird is delightful in every sense.

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This Australian bird is eating a berry from a Tupelo (Nyssa Sylvatica), a tree from North Eastern USA. Photographed in Sydney NSW, Australia.

Satin Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus).

The adult male has striking glossy blue-black plumage, a pale bluish white bill and a violet-blue iris. Younger males and females are similar in colour to each other, and are predominantly olive green, paler underneath with dark scalloped-shaped markings.
The one thing they do have in common is an electric blue eye.

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Pied Oystercatcher (Haematopus longirostris).

Oystercatchers use their long, strong bills to cut open the adductor muscles (that hold the two shell halves together) of bivalve molluscs in order to eat the soft mollusc's body inside.

The Pied Oystercatcher is black with a white breast and belly. All oystercatchers have a bright orange-red bill, eye-rings and legs and a red eye. Young birds are similar in appearance to the adults, but lack the intense red-orange colours and are brown rather than black. The Pied Oystercatcher is shy of humans and seldom allows close approach.

This bird photographed in Batemans Bay NSW, Australia.

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