Right now I am basking in this morning's delicious sunshine and sipping a delicious cup of coffee.
I wake up and sometimes imagine that I live in one massive aviary. I can hear about at least a dozen different birds songs, now wouldn't Miss Mason be impressed if I could name each sound, unfortunately I can't, but I think my children would, especially my 12yo son who is such a nature lover.
I have my children helping me, let's have a try, here it goes-
Lorikeets (Joshua & Grace)
Honey eaters (Joshua)
Currawongs (Grace came riding on her bike to tell me & Joshua)
We love when the Currawongs come back for winter
Wonga Pigeons (David & Joshua)
Wattle bird (David)
I thought I could hear Black cockatoos
I've added this very delightful bird as they are
prevalent everywhere at this time of year, so you see
them but rarely hear them
We couldn't hear these lovely one this morning but
they are everywhere in our national park
Also everywhere but hard to hear with all
Grace came out and told me straight out that she could hear Lorikeets, then my son walks out and tells me that the majority of the bird noise is Lorikeets because they are SO NOISY in the morning.
Actually I am right, I just saw a black cockatoo...YIPPEE!!!
Joshua (in his own words) is describing today as -
"spectacular, magnificent, gorgeous and prettiest day ever with the little birds chirping and the big ones screaming all through the morning until it clicks over to 9.00am. The morning dew falls over the hibiscus and looks like it's raining. There is a beautiful dog named Maggie and there is a magnificent coloured blue-tongue lizard who's name is Sophia, I hope you have enjoyed this story, bye everyone, have a lovely day".
p.s none of the above pictures are our own, I do have a lot, but to save time I conveniently used google images.