R – Rosellas and Richea species
A common visitor to my garden is an Eastern Rosella. They have to compete for the bird bath with the noisy miners, galahs and butcher birds which are often there as well. Remember to check the bird calls from the links I include in each post.
My father was an avid bushwalker and always had his camera with him. But with age, he no longer bushwalks but enjoys looking back at the photos he has taken on his walks. He often writes about his trips in the Hobart Walking Club magazine and has written many recommendations for life members.
He has taken lots of photos of plants seen around the Tasmanian mountains and the following is a Richea dracophylla found in the Mt Field area.
Wow, those are very flashy birds!
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I can’t imagine seeing birds like that at my home – wow!
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