The White-plumed Honeyeater is another frequent visitor to our yard though, in this image, he sits in my neighbour’s tree.
On the Birds in Backyards website, it says…
The White-plumed Honeyeater is one of the first birds to call in the morning and the last to call in the evening.
Thanks for looking.
A bit of good news. Earlier today, I managed to write the first scene of Cladessa. An incredibly short scene, mind, as is my won’t, but I’m glad to have begun. I do have 36,000 words drafted from 2015. I’m not sure how many of them will survive. I think I write tighter, these days, and my story lines shifted during the first book. I’m sharing the draft at Wattpad.
We still haven’t taken our camper trailer out. We need reasonably dry weather after we come home so we can pack the trailer tent away without worrying about mould. I’m looking forward to photographing water birds and trying out my collapsible tripod. In the meantime, I’m loving getting up close and personal with my local birds.
I’ve managed to make it around to a couple of blogs, so don’t pass out with shock if you spot me leaving footprints in your part of the blogosphere!
🙂 Do have yourself a great day!
2 thoughts on “Lichenostomus penicillatus”
You need to make a shelter for the trailer (trailerport) so if it is wet you can let it dry out
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