A Few Cockies

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  1. Miaow

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    About 5 of them came down in the front yard today - Managed to get a couple pics in before it started to rain.

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    I envy you :(
     
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    Me too!! To think these 'exotic' (at least in North America) birds are wild and can fly into your yard just boggles the mind! I especially like the third shot...showing the cockatoo's inquisitive 'expression', and with the lighter background making its beak more visible than in the first shot.
     
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    Yeah its good getting them coming into the yard for seed we put out - We have these and galahs that come in each day - There's rosellas also but so far I havent managed to get a shot of one here they seem a lot more cautious of people than the cockies and galahs. A couple of the cockies let me get about a metre away from them.
     

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