Your Cam Screenshots Part 2

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RB2sMom
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Love the sunflower pics Kim and Van....beautiful birds in a beautiful setting :diane:
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Loud Magpie calls drew my attention to the cam today.

The cam view has been pulled back a bit, but it still looks lovely with the sunflowers and the banner!


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Willy Wag Tail visited to wish Rick a Happy Birthday :whitewine:
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I spotted this 'new' bird, for me, eating the apple at Al's

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A Lewin's honeyeater - thanks to Al for identifying.


The Lewin's honeyeater prefers the wetter parts of eastern Australia
http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Lewin%27s_honeyeater

I'm guessing it's feeling quite at home!
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Today was fun watching - the long-billed corellas were around at Kim's. They look pretty fierce when they glare right at the camera!

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Meanwhile, at Al's the Bowerbird came to check out the blue clothes pegs!

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It really looked as though he was considering taking one in that last screenshot!
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The female bowerbird showed up too, and although she didn't seem to be suffering, she had a twig stuck into her breast/throat. Hopefully it was just caught in the feathers, and hadn't actually penetrated far.

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When she hopped away it was still stuck, and didn't protrude either side.


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I just caught a brief glimpse of Mrs Bowerbird before the lories chased her away. She moved fast, and had had her back towards me, but I think the stick has now been dislodged.

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Sadly, I just saw that female Bowerbird with the stick protruding from her throat.

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She was moving and eating well.
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Oh dear :sad:
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Now we can see that there are two female Bowerbirds. The one with the stick protruding has not managed to shed it. :( She does, however, seem to be very active and is obviously able to feed. It must restrict her movement though.

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