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A Gallery: Twenty Minutes at the Bird Feeder

On this day, only three bird species turned up to the bird feeder, but it was still a constantly shifting feast.  Each species jostles the others out of position, and it is a constant flurry of wings.  Missing were the Galahs, Bronze wing Pigeons and Australian Wood Ducks.  The Ducks tend to wait for the seed to fall to the ground, but I have seen one atop the bird feeder.

9 thoughts on “A Gallery: Twenty Minutes at the Bird Feeder

    1. We buy a bird seed mix with seed selected for wild birds. It has sunflower seeds, dried corn kernels (the Cockatoos like these) along with a range of smaller seeds for the smaller birds. We also only put a small amount of seed out once a day. When it is gone, it is gone. Sometimes this takes less than twenty minutes if the Cockatoos show up first! 🙂

    1. I hadn’t really noticed that contrast of lines and curves. Contrast is something I like to show, but this one was not conscious. Thanks for pointing it out. 🙂 Lisa

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