Sunday Selections, brought to us by Kim, of Frogpondsrock, is an ongoing theme where participants post previously unused photos languishing in their files.
Anyone can join in, just post your photos under the Sunday Selections title, link back to Kim, then add your name to her Linky list at Frogpondsrock.
I have been featuring the birds who visit us for a little while. This week the birds I am putting up today are ones who shouldn't visit us, as we are well away from their usual homes. Needless to say we welcomed them.
The first is the yellow tailed black cockatoo. These birds are more likely to be found in eucalyptus forests or woodlands, but came to visit in the last severe drought, when food in their natural habitat was scarce.
The next visitor also dropped in during the drought. It is the aptly named Superb Parrot. They are now listed as an endangered species so we were particularly happy to see them.
And my final bird for this week is the Rainbow Lorikeet. I believe they are quite common in Sydney (a couple of hundred kilometres away), but we don't get them here. Well not often anyway. Someone else featured them in their Sunday Selections a little while ago, and I hope they don't mind me putting them on display again.
Aren't they all an enchantment?