It is a very wonderful time of year and the simplest of observations put joy
into my heart and soul. Earlier on this week as I had finished work and
walking to the car, a Noisy Miner Chick was hopping along the ground. As it
crossed my path One parent kept a watchful eye on it's chick with it being
in the direction of which the chick was heading. I must have been too aware
of the chick's progress as the other parent came behind me, snapped its beak
near my head before it landed in the vicinity of its young!!
How grand and the chick was very cute!!!
On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 8:55 AM, <> wrote:
> Further to Keith Brandwood's note of the lone Latham's Snipe at Little
> Lagoon yesterday, a mate has observed loads of Cattle Egrets up his way
> Newcastle starting to develop their breeding colors. Also, my better half
> told me of the pair of Spotted Pardalotes building their nest inside a tyre
> at the edge of a horse riding arena at Cranebrook, which is great as I did
> see a male and female checking out this tyre a couple of Saturdays ago.
> a wonderful time of the year.
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