Such a nice serie of photo! A great post!
interesting colored bird. great shots. (:
Was sind das für schöne Fotos, so ein niedlicher Vogel.LG Mathilda
Wow - what a great experience for you to witness! He's beautiful. Love the blue around his eyes.
He's beautiful! Not sure I hit "publish" on my other comment. What a fun experience for you to see him.
A beautiful bird indeed!
Very nice shots Carole....well done again.greetings, Joop
The lucky Corella to have found a banquet all to itself.:)
Beautiful pictures of this beautiful bird.
Thanks for your show and tell. I enjoy! Well done.Drop into my series of photos also.Nice we can give each other some encouragement.It is not always waht type of camera you own but what the eyes see to shoot. What friendship means with us bloggers to each other.
Another lovely bird, free in your area, a prisoner in a cage here in the States.
such a cool eye!
What a cool bird! The blue around the eyes really stands out next to the white plumage!
What a beautiful bird! Great shots showing him munching on those seeds.
What a great bird?
He's a beauty! You guys have the best birds hands down.
Great photos of the corella. We've had a few flying over here recently.
Beautiful bird ;-)Have a good day.Céline & Philippe
What a pretty bird. Great sighting and shots of the Corella! Thanks for sharing, Carole!
Very pretty bird that I would love to see flying free in the wild!
What a pretty bird!
Such a pretty bird...great pics Carole!Paper Hugs,Jan
Great pictures - we get flocks of these birds around us in the winter - you see 100 one day and then none for a month!Thanks for linking to WBWStewart M - Australia
What a BEAUTY! Great captures!
You have some great experiences and encounters with these beautiful birds. Well done again Carole~
gorgeous bird, one not to be seen in my part of Canada
It must be wonderful to see these birds in the wild.
Great series of this beautiful white bird, Carole.
Each photo just gets better and better! I also found it interesting to see the wattle leaves when not in bloom! They have a very interesting shape. I never realized! --Sharyl
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