Recently on a beautiful sunny Winter’s day, moving around the golf course and trying to avoid the wayward shots of beginner golfers, I came across a pair of galahs feeding on grass seeds along one of the fairway edges. They let me get fairly close and did not move off until a Magpie barged into the pair to investigate their food source – a defenceless dandelion seed head.
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Fabulous shots Matt… I thoroughly enjoy your blog… x
Thanks Kate, glad you like it. The Birds keep my ears open and the laneways/Graffiti keep my eyes open….