I have taken several walks into the National Park hoping to see the little flock of Common Redpolls that had been there a couple of weeks ago. No one has seen or heard them at least a week now and they have probably moved along. It is still a lovely hike up to the top of Mount Pitt and there are other birds and views to see. I got gorgeous looks at a Norfolk Island Parrot again and took some photos. I am so grateful to be here.
So here are some more photos (internet permitting) that I have taken this week. I hope you dig them. Cheers for now from Norfolk Island.
|One of the views from Captain Cook Monument.|
|Red Knots in Kingston|
|Mr. and Ms Pacific Robin soon to be raised to a N.I. separate species. They have just recently been found to be more closely related to Red-capped Robins than to Pacific.|
|Slender-billed White-eye and lunch.|
|Ms Pacific Robin|
|The very friendly Grey Fantail of Norfolk Island that is also probably going to be split into its own species.|
|Love my parrots... Norfolk Island Parrot|
|Common Greenfinch behind our cottage.|
|A very light grey Bar-tailed Godwit in Kingston.|
|Lots of Sooty Terns seen from Captain Cook Monument.|