We were fortunate enough to see this White-headed Pigeon in our yard. It normally inhabits Rainforest and heavy Scrublands. Its numbers have been kept steady owing to the introduced Camphor Laurel, now a major pest tree of our region. This bird is normally white but owing to the wet day looks a little bit worse for wear.
White-headed Pigeon (Columba leucomela)
We headed down the coast and came across this flock of Terns resting. This is only a small part of the flock.
While we were down the coast we went to see our daughter. Across the road from her is a School and in the School Grounds were these Eastern Grey Kangaroos. She told me they are there everyday. The Kangaroo in the front has a joey in her pouch.