A pair of Rainbow Bee-Eaters. The female is on the right, with shorter, thicker tail streamers.
A Rainbow Bee-eater scans the sky for insect prey.
Rainbow Bee-eater twists and turns in pursuit of fast-flying insects.
Orange wings against the sky and tail streamers flying, this female is an acrobatic bird!
Flashes of blue and green as the bird soars.
With wings smooth against her side, the Rainbow Bee-eater is aerodynamism itself.
It was nesting time for this pair of Rainbow Bee-eaters.
The soaring male Rainbow Bee-eater is identified by his longer tail streamers.
Male Blue-faced Honeyeater
A family wading among the mangroves at mid-tide.
Adagio was anchored off Norman Point at Tin Can Bay.
Boats at anchor at low tide at Tin Can Bay
The Pink Lace Flower, in the Mimosaceae family, is strongly perfumed at night.
We saw Crested Pigeons near the shoreline.
Female Rainbow Bee-eater
The immature Blue-faced Honeyeater has a yellow face.
Magpies swoop down to peck the heads of bicyclists, so people put soda straws on their helmets.
The Bird Walk was well sign-posted to help us identify the birds that we hoped to see.
The Galah is a pink and grey cockatoo, very pretty, and a clown.