I felt like they were all keeping an eye on me today. There’s that bloke again!
These Pacific Black Ducklings weren’t here three days ago. The parents made sure they kept together, and well away from the White-faced Heron.
The Heron seemed to be catching enough fish to keep it occupied.
This Pelican certainly was.
There was an unusually large number of Silvereyes.
Also plenty of young grey fantails.
This took many shots to land (sic).
The Dollarbird sat in his usual place, over recent days anyway, and the Pied Cormorant looked a different one to a few days ago, much more colour on the neck and on the body.
Reed Warblers were also about.
Today’s puzzles are this one which looks I think like a very young Black-Faced Cuckoo-Shrike:
and this one which looks like a Striated Thornbill (it was certainly early enough to get the worm):