Friday, 29 August 2014

Budgies


Budgerigars

Kingsthorpe, Queensland, Australia


Very excited to find these stars of the Outback on the lawn of a new housing area right in Kingsthorpe.






7 comments:

Breathtaking said...

What an amazing sight to see so many budgies in an urban área. Such a a colourful and beautiful sighting, and very good captures too.:) I wonder what attracted them to this particular spot!

Breathtaking said...

Second attempt at commenting! What an amazing sight Russel! To see so many budgies in an urban área must be an unusual sighting, and a beautiful one too. I am intriqued as to what drew them to this particular spot.

The happy wanderer. said...

I don't know where Kingsthorpe is but how wonderful to see all the budgies there. The only negative may be the cause of their being there - maybe drought inland?

Ayuwat Jearwattanakanok said...

Wow Budgerigars in natural habitat! I've seen a few escapees around my house but they sure look better in their homeland, especially in large flock like that.

Phil Slade said...

Quite amazing Russell. I've only ever heard of budgie flocks and only now seen one almost live. We get the odd escapee around here but of course they don't last long in the wild and our climate or predators.

Stuart Price said...

Wow you'd need a big cage for all them budgies..............

John Holmes said...

Great to see the budgies where they belong !