That parrot is gorgeous. The goldfinch is way different than the yellow ones we have in North America. You have a wonderful assortment of colorful birds... I'm jealous!
How exotic! Nothing like the birds in my back garden.
Absolutely gorgeous! Such bold colors!Here's my Saturday Snapshot
What pretty visitors!!
Lovely. Our cardinals are beginning to show up occasionally but not fully yet. I have seen more bluebirds this year, however. I love trying to spot birds I can actually recognize!
You have such a variety of birds in yard. What fun!
I've never even heard of a galah. He's so ugly he's beautiful. Here's Mine
Amazing bird shots! I never see anything like these birds in my patio, but then again, I don't go out there very often. As it cools down, I will.Thanks for sharing.Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT andMY WEBSITE
I don't think we have birds like that here, great shots!
You take the most beautiful pictures. Just gorgeous birds.
Those birds are amazing! So colorful. Thanks so much for sharing with us!
Those are gorgeous! How did you get such close up shots? A special lens? :)
Gorgeous shots! I especially like the goldfinch--which has much cooler markings than the goldfinches around here.Here's mine: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/10/saturday-snapshot-october-15.html
I wish my field of dandelions would attract such a delightful guest or two.
Those are both such unusual and beautiful birds! I wish I had some sort of justification for growing so many dandelions in my yard!
Hi Louise,Some lovely pictures which definitely brought a smile to my face, with the appropriate timing of your post. My niece and her husband have just returned from their honeymoon in Australia and amongst their several hundred snaps, are several of some lovely Cockatiels!!Nothing unusual you might think, but as they were unaware that in Australia Cockatiels are equivalent in number and nuisance value to our UK pigeon, my niece on spotting her first cockatiel was heard to say very loudly, for the benefit of everyone in their group, that someone should try to catch this beautiful and no doubt expensive bird and return it to its owner before it got hurt!We don't have quite so many exotic birds frequenting our garden, although finches of many varieties are a common sight during the winter months and we have just spotted a pair of owls and a pair of woodpeckers, which have set up home in the large oak tree behind our place.Yvonne
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