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Chris and I recently went up to Cairns to go snorkelling - but only managed one trip out to the reef as the weather was windy. This was taken at Hartley's Crocodile farm and she was as tame as could be - and untethered - and about 1metre away!

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robryan

They're a striking looking bird aren't they Allie:))) Thanks :)))

alliebono

I saw one of these at a sanctuary in Perth but it was in a cage. I'm sure I had posted a photo of it in the first few months when I started posting. x

robryan

Thanks Jana - it was my 1st time too:))))

Thanks Allie and it's good to be back:))))

alliebono

Great shot Robyn! Lovely to have you back! x

Janazlouky

He's beautiful, I've never seen such. Thnks a lot Rob ♥♥♥

robryan

Thanks Cathy - I made a bee-line for her :))))) it's not often you can get so close to them!!!

I agree Janet - thanks :))

Thanks Lorna - it's good to be back:)))

Thanks Patti:)))

Thanks smllpkg:))

LOL!! I wasn't going to fall for that old trick Chrissie - never trust a beak like that:))))) Thanks :))
LOL! Yep:)))) Tis me Laura:)))) I missed everyone too - but just felt like I needed a break from so much screen time!!! Thanks :))))

laurajane

Robyn...is that really you? How we've missed you!!

foxymoron

Welcome back! So good to hear from you, Rob.

As for that mighty beak, I knew someone who had a pet cockie who would happily squawk, "Cockie won't bite!" It did, as my husband discovered :-))

smllpkg101

Fantastic up close and personal!

PLG1958

Welcome back, Robyn! We missed you!
Wonderful photo!

goingsilver

What a beauty! It is so good to see you and your wonderful photos back Rob! Thank you.

jan42ful

Yes, Rob, possibly a bit different to the males who always have the brightest colours. Hugs.

cevas

Wow!! I agree with the others. This is a fabulous photo !!!

robryan

Thanks Barb - I don't know about not biting:))) I wasn't going to tempt fate:))))) but she sure was tame!!!

She was lovely Janet - and not at all camera shy:))) She had a light amount of colouring on her tail - maybe because she was a female?? not sure about that though. Thanks :)))

AW! Thanks Lunie:)))) Much appreciated:))))

These are Aussie natives BK - so that probably explains why!! Thanks :)))))

Beekay

I've never seen this one before. You take fantastic photos Rob. Thanks :-))

Dilubreuer

This is what i missed so much when you were absent from Jigidi Rob...your wonderful and nice photos of nature's best creatures... Nice close up Rob! Love it!

ulangariver

Another fabulous photo, Rob. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

What a fabulous Black "cocky" Rob, she's beautiful. Looking at the patterns on her head, she is a Red-tailed Black Cockatoo. Thanks and hugs my friend.

SunnyBarb25

Wow! She sure has a "monumental" beak! Thankfully, she is tame and does not bite.... She is a beauty Rob, and exceedingly rare in US. I have never seen any in any pet shop. Thank you for posting the photo :)

robryan

Thanks Shirley - yes, I agree - but it was really nice to get up close to her:)) Thanks :))

Thanks Pat - she was lovely:))))

pkin38

So pretty ...

Shian2

Beautiful bird, Thanks, Rob, they see so many people coming and going so I guess this would tame them some what.

robryan

I do too Floyd - and some have bright red/orange feathers under their tail!! She had a little colour - not much - thanks :)))

Gladstone

I like the color markings on this cockatoo.