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Tag Archives: birds
Living as we do in Canberra, flying international can be a bit technical. Sure, Canberra airport is regarded as an ‘International Airport’ I suspect that’s only because the pollies commandeer the odd flight to NZ. All this means is that … Continue reading
This is a story from a couple of years ago, that involves a lot of uppity birdwatchers, the internet and April Fool’s Day.
If I was forced, I would describe the Glossy Black Cockatoto, (Calyptorhynchus lathami) as my favourite, and possibly the best, bird in Australia. Not that any such crass list could properly detail my relationship with these birds. This blog post … Continue reading