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Friday, 27 April 2012

Sunrise, weaver birds, sparrows, Cape robin chat & Fork-tailed drongo.

All that in the title and I didn't even have to leave the house. 


Started using the new Blogger and getting used to it. 


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While standing at my front door drinking my early morning coffee I noticed the light from the rising sun, shining through the autumn leaves of this tree about a hundred metres from the cottage.




After scattering bird seed as I usually do I photographed these weaver birds and sparrows having breakfast.




A group of sparrows enjoying their share.




While sitting at the window in my lounge reading I spotted this Cape Robin Chat, sitting on the edge of my braai (BBQ) stand, an old plough shear on three re-bar legs. The plough shear was filled with water and the chat felt like a bath.




Close up of the chat. The bird never had it's bath as it did not like the big, black Cyclops eye staring at it through the window.




Fork-tailed drongo, also taken while sitting in my chair at the lounge window.



2 comments:

Shoreman said...

Looks like Fall is Falling in SA.

Mark

Kay L. Davies said...

What fun for you, Phillip, to be able to take these photos without going outside. Wonderful!
K