365 Days – Round 2 by Samantha Goode! Day 17 -Thursday 09th April 2015.

Tree of Life


Our liquidambar trees are a haven for bird life just now. The spiky seeds must be pretty delicious – as we get an awful lot of birds eating them.
Here’s one of them – a galah, also known as the rose breasted cockatoo. They’re very common here in Australia. 

The male galah has really dark brown (almost black) irises and the female has mid-brown or red irises. 
I’m going to try and capture some more photos of the birds visiting our trees – especially whilst the seeds are there for the taking. Although, some birds, such as kookaburras, prefer our trees when the branches are bare. 
Going off topic, the fund page that was set up yesterday for my friend, has in less than 24 hours raised nearly $3000 – quite incredible! 
Here’s the link again, if you’d like to make a donation. 


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