MtLawleyShire’s raven portraits at Matilda Bay

There are many birds at Matilda Bay, and I love them all, even the seagulls with their pristine feathers and terrible table manners 🙂  But perhaps my favourites are the ravens.  Some I almost know by sight now.  This one with his repaired wing is one I have photographed many times:

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this one was near the carpark against the light:

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My friend with the repaired wing at the tearooms:

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Another one perched on the sprawling roots of a Moreton Bay fig tree at the end of the carpark:

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This fellow was sitting on fence posts by my car:

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You lookin’ at me?  Well, yes I am, actually ’cause you’re beautiful!

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Then he answered a group of his friends from trees across the road and he was gone:

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Now – how did this young fellow get in here? This juvenile magpie should be with his mum in the previous post 😀

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I hope you don’t think I’m overdoing the ravens.  Next post – the delightful surprise.

🙂

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2 comments on “MtLawleyShire’s raven portraits at Matilda Bay

  1. KDKH says:

    Yay! Beautiful Ravens!

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