Birds in the garden

Over one hundred and sixty birds have been identified here at Crystal Waters. Having been here now for 18 years, I am coming to understand the seasonal and migratory patterns of the species which visit us.  The birds and other wildlife, are for me, one of the highlights of living here.

The little insectivorous birds help me too to look after the garden too by eating the pests - I simply create the habitat for them, and in they come. I can't imagine how I would manage the press without them.  A great team effort!

Juvenile rain bird in our garden. I know when they arrive it signifies the start of the rainy season.  They were right again this year.

A king parrot friend for Hugh

Black cockatoos eating Banksia

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