Birds of the Wimmera II

Following on from my previous Birds of the Wimmera post, the diversity of species living on the river and amongst the wetlands right near my old home town of Horsham in the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia is impressive. Here are a number of smaller species from Cockatoos to Parrots and Ducks.

Corella vs Seagull
Corella vs Seagull
Corellas
Corellas
Corellas
Corellas
Corellas
Corellas along the Wimmera River
Corellas
Corellas are somewhat the scourge of farmers crops in the Wimmera
Gang Gang Cockatoo
Gang Gang Cockatoo in Grampians National Park
Yellow Crested Black Cockatoos
Yellow Crested Black Cockatoos
Australian Black Duck Wimmera
Australian Black Duck
Mother Duck and her Ducklings in the Wimmera River
Mother Duck and her Ducklings in the Wimmera River
Ducklings in the Wimmera River
Little ducklings in the Wimmera River
Eastern Rosella Wimmera Horsham
Eastern Rosella feeding
Australian Grass Parrot
An inquisitive Grass Parrot
Grass Parrot
Grass Parrot
Australian Grass Parrot
Hollow branches make a great home for the Australian Grass Parrot
Whiteface Lutino Cockatiel
Whiteface Lutino Cockatiel – this one possibly escaped from a cage somewhere
Australian Magpie
Magpies
Spotted Harrier looking for prey
Spotted Harrier looking for prey
Spotted Harrier vs Magpie
Spotted Harrier vs Magpie
Swamp Hen
Swamp Hen
New Holland Honey Eater
New Holland Honey Eater in the backyard

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