Bird watching this week was where the Condamine River crosses under Lyndhurst Lane. We took advantage of the low water levels and set our chairs on the spillway.
Quote of the morning
“…I’ve been looking forward to this all week…”
The azure kingfisher fishing just a few meters ahead of us.
The Learning Curve
Those that have been joining me bird watching have been on a very steep learning curve. I have very much enjoyed watching them progress even in these early days. I especially love the pure joy they have for being in nature.
Bird watching was temporarily interupted by two foxes scuffling on the riverbank. As the defeated ran away from the victor, it did not take the time to take in its surroundings. This meant it was only a few meters away when the mistake was realised and it made a very abrupt about-turn and its bushy tail disappeared into the rushes.