Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Friarbirds Insects & Orchids September at Jarowair

Some of the photos taken at our patch during September 2014


I watched this Noisy Friarbird fly down into the fork of a huge gum tree in the creek and take a bath, the tree trunk obviously holding water from the rain a few days before. 27/09/14

Wet Noisy Friarbird after taking a bath in water held in a gum tree trunk at Jarowair 27/09/14

I am still working out the i.d. of this beautiful blue damselfly near Wallaby Waterhole at Jarowair 27/09/14.  Any expert help appreciated!


Baby Noisy Miner at Jarowair 27/09/14

Male Australian King Parrot, visiting the veranda and treated to some nuts by the kids 17/09/14

Burton's Snake Lizard at Jarowair September 2014 see post here...


Master C spotted this furry brown and white moth resting on the outdoor lounge, I am yet to work out it's i.d.  14/09/14

Lycid Beetle's are loving the diosmas flowering in the garden at Jarowair 

Finding these beautiful Leafy Templetonia flowers made my day at Jarowair 14/09/14,  See other post

Flowering Garden Orchid at Jarowair Sept 14

Brendon was given this King Orchid last year and it's flower are stunning - September 2014.

7 comments:

  1. A series of absolutely amazing photos! So beautiful!

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    1. Thanks so much Mary for your lovely comments.

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  2. Fabulous pics. What an unusual bird the Noisy Friarbird is.

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    1. "Unusual" is putting it politely :) I would have to say they are most unattractive, but i don't mind their noise! Thanks so much for your comments x

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  3. Great collection of photos! Looks like there's quite a lot to see around your place!

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    1. Thanks Christian, now that spring is here, there will be a lot more to notice around the place.

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  4. The pink flowers with the butterfly are just lovely. Thank you for stopping by Sanukipity and leaving the kind words.

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