margaret lynette sharp
Of late, our local Cockatoos have been keeping a low profile, but this morning they were out in force.
Don’t you think that they are the characters of parrot family? 37 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
Margaret Lynette Sharp
I guess that most people don’t associate Sulphur-crested Cockatoos and Corellas with a day at the beach, but here at Ramsgate (in Sydney’s Botany Bay Foreshores) they are a common sight. 49 more words
I love to visit the local park!
It’s quite common for me to see sights such as this: cheeky Sulpur-crested Cockatoos searching for their dinner near the shore. 16 more words
2 months, 2 weeks
This week, in Australia, birds are in the news. People are urged to watch them, count their numbers, and generally acknowledge their importance in the scheme of things. 79 more words
4 months, 2 weeks
Under the counter or a flutter in the dovecot
I almost threw it across the room.
In fact, I almost threw a lot of things across the room. First it was the mobile: textie after textie after textie; coffee meetings, deadlines. 496 more words
5 months, 3 weeks
A stunning winter morning was all that was required to encourage a walk to the Point. I checked the tide levels and grabbed the camera bag knowing that the shore birds would be feeding. 25 more words
The Potting Shed
Good morning from The Potting Shed. Good grief. I knew it had been a long time since my last letter but I see from the Joe Vinks story below, that it was June 25 since my last post! 592 more words