One Little Corella enticed its friend/partner to join it on a lampost beside the park. They were fun to watch.
Feeling confident enough to have quite an extended bath fairly close to where my birdwatching group was walking by it.
Photographed at Werribee Treatment Plant.
This Brolga was in an enclosure in Serendip, a sanctuary west of Melbourne. As I watched it, it seemed to start dancing.
The fox in the lead was having trouble getting its partner to take their walk seriously. “Come on, it’s this way.” “Are you coming?” “Not yet. It’s nice just sitting here in the sun.”
This chick was almost ready to leave the nest when I photographed it getting food from its father.
A male Blue-billed Duck swam past where I stood by the edge of the lake in Jells Park, and then ran into trouble with a Blue-billed Duck pair whose territory he seemed to have invaded. The two males had a series of furious clashes, with the female helping with some of the chasing. No real … More Blue-billed Ducks
This Little Pied Cormorant had been fishing in the Jells Park Lake and I took a series of photographs of it as it finished its session and took off for another part of the lake.