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My sister Carolyn has had lots of rain too and was thrilled to see these birds visiting her soggy lawn.
Right in front was an Eastern Rosella (parrot) a bit blurry. We don't see them here.
Then four Galahs behind him, and five Ibis, four dark ones (Straw Throated) and one white one (Sacred Ibis) like I showed you a while back in our yard. it is unusual to see them inland, but all the rain seems to have enticed them to fly west.
They are so pleased to have good rains and a green lawn at last as they have had terrible drought for the last few years.
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jan42ful

Thanks so much Daasha, I'm so glad you enjoyed the birds. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

Janet, I'm glad to see interesting birds from your region. Thanks for the beautiful photo and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Barb, hugs to you my friend. ♥☺♥

SunnyBarb25

Good to hear that Carolyn had some good rains too. Please Janet, thank her for a nice photo of her visiting birds, Hugs my friend ☺♥♥

jan42ful

Good idea, thanks Nev. No I didn't know that. Hugs ♥♥♥

albertwinestein

Janet, we'll have to ask Robbos. To my knowledge, he's heading out that way shortly. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks Nev, I do know that the pelicans leave the coast and go to Lake Eyre, I'm not sure what other birds do. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Lilac, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥

jan42ful

Val, you might like to read my comment below to Shirley. We have had beautiful rain too, too much really! Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Shirley they went from having 5% in Leslie Dam to 101% now. SO good after their terrible drought. Thanks and hugs. ♥

albertwinestein

Janet, with the recent good rains in western Queensland I've heard that the Diamantina River is running and filling Lake Eyre. Perhaps these birds are heading across that way to join others. (?)
Thank you both, Carolyn & Janet. ♥♥♥ & ♥♥♥

Myhhrmaid

What a joy! Yes, I'm glad you have rain after the drought.... I hope it evens out for you. Thank you for posting the birds you have. I enjoy watching them here and love seeing the kinds you have. Hugs to you friend. ❤️

valt46

So wonderful that the longed for rains have brought them birds as well thank you Carolyn and Janet hugs my friend ♥♥♥

Shian2

Lovely rain will always bring out the Ibis, Galahs are regularly seen but the Eastern Rosella is a lovely visitor we've only seen the Paleheaded Rosella at out previous place.
Thanks Carolyn and Janet for this lovely post ♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks Jill, yes all the birds have loved the rain. Hugs. ♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks redina, with hugs. ♥

JillianB

What a lovely lot of visitors for Carolyn, thank you both. 💕

redina1

Sounds like some good birdwatching. TFS

jan42ful

Thanks so much Jacki, hugs my friend.♥

bluebird42

Thank you Janet and Carolyn. Lovely photo! Oh and fun puzzle too! Hugs

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