Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) drops in for quick feed of tulip tree seeds as dreary cloud continues over Tyto well into the dry season.
Almost white on white as Cockatoo looms large overhead.
Bit more colour in holdover shot of Little Shrike-Thrush (Colluricincla megarhyncha) in pandanus.
Another shot from holdover file: Red-backed Fairy-wren (Malurus melanocephalus) adds her subdued colour to the weeds.
June species count: 111, same as for May, and seven up on Jyne 2009.
Townsville Common Cons. Pk, track to Jacana hide, today. Flew off a second later with lighter load.
Oooh, look! What's that shiny black and white bird? It's so smooth and black on back and head. Could it be a rarely seen Satin Fly...
Dusky Moorhen pauses while attending to morning toilette in Townsville Palmetum. Not my target bird, but couldn't find Rufous Owl repo...
Remember this? And this? Or this? Now the scene is this. Queensland Parks and Wildlife burned east of road in Town Common Co...