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Birds of a feather

tgh

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Interesting birds ; Bub was on the ground so I put him on a low branch, next morning he was on the ground again so I replaced him on his branch only to find mum up higher nearby.
They were so photogenic , I walked back up to the house to get the camera .
When I returned Mum was down low with bub but pretending to be invisible , Bub thought I was OK so eyes open.
They are hard to see in the trees , some time went by and I saw one was sitting low on the same tree where I might see it..
I had a little anthropomorphic indulgence and believed that bub had returned to say thanks for the lift.
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RB

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A cleaner at the caravan park in Longreach

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Think others on this site may have seen this bird at the Dinner & Show held at Longreach
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