Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Sylvan Heights Bird Park, Part Three

Continuing with photos from the Sylvan Heights Bird Park, April 26. Sometimes nets or fencing are unavoidable in the background, so I try to make the best of it.

Budgerigars trying different kiss angles:

Some parrots are so interestingly varicolored that they're worth front and back views:

I think this pigeon wants to lead a musical ensemble.

In the "landing zone", the parakeets are so used to human proximity that they will land on our hands, shoulders, heads, and cameras. This half a dozen on another photographer is far fewer than I had occupying my own arm at one point. I even had three nibbling on my shoes, but no photos to show for it.


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