Bird spotting

Makes a change from Mr and Mrs Blackbird and Mr and Mrs Magpie, but they do require feeding.

The only time I’ve seen birds like this are in a cage inside someone’s house. Not sitting on a fence having a chat with each other, fighting, sticking tongues, hopping, scratching their heads and generally behaving badly. Also noted 2 larger birds hanging around the power house in Brisbane…


Pretty colourful things but I’ve been warned they have ate the bite on them if you get too close…

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