This morning we went for a walk along the Nedlands foreshore. Rob rides his bike here often, and yesterday he enjoyed a flock of rainbow bee-eaters as they gathered before migrating north. He took his camera this morning in case they were still there, but sadly they weren’t. However we were intrigued that a small flock of corellas and a small flock of pink and grey galahs were intermingling on the grass as they enjoyed an early morning snack. In the trees and bushes flocks of tiny birds chattered. I recorded them on my iPhone.
We did a 50 minute walk, my longest yet since knee surgery, and these wild gifts made it extra special:-)