Odds and ends and bits and bobs on a chilly winter’s afternoon.

African Hoopoe in the Acacia tree

on the roof.jpg

Buzz under an azure sky

le vieux hangar – au naturel

Robin Chat on East Wall.

follow my leader

” Let’s follow her – there’s bound to be food! ”

green woodhoope in acacia tree

Green wood hoopoe

Prinia on succulent by the pond.

 

Ark


9 thoughts on “Odds and ends and bits and bobs on a chilly winter’s afternoon.

      1. Did I see a couple of Indian Mynah’s? They were a bird that was particularly disliked by the general population when I lived in Sydney. Thankfully we don’t seem to have them in Tasmania where I now live.

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        1. Indeed they are Mynah’s
          They do tend to carry a bad rap, even here,but this pair , which has lived on the property for some time, seems to have settled down and in general aren’t any more trouble than other birds such as pigeons.

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          1. I enjoy some Sabbath, especially the guitar work of Iommi, but not all of Ozzies work appeals.
            He would have had a much more successful career had he become a backing vocalist for The Andrews Sisters.
            Just my opinion, of course.

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