Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Sunny Coast Residents


Lewins Honeyeater
Brown Honeyeater
Fishing at Dawn
Fisherman, Tern and his Friend
Mt Coolum
Paddling Around the Point
Surfing Dicky Beach
Mt Coolum and Old Womans Island
 Goanna
 Green Tree Snake
 Blue Copper Butterfly
Family of Pelicans





Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Sunrise and Birds This Morning

 Sunrise Shelly Beach Queensland
 Shelly Beach is snuggled in between Kings Beach and Moffat Beach. Its a lovely quiet spot and is the eastern most point of the Southern Sunshine Coast.
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Egret with his Breakfast
This Great Egret is always out on the passage and I was able to catch him with his breakfast.
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Galah at the Top of a Pine Tree
Galah's are the most prolific group of parrots in Australia and they usually hangout in noisy flocks. You often see them nestled amongst the Pine trees around the coast.
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 Royal Spoonbill and White Faced Heron
You always see the White Faced Heron feeding with a variety of birds. Today it was with this Royal Spoonbill in the shallows at low tide.
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Great Egret with his breakfast in reflection.
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 Fishing on the Jetty
Tern on the Golden Beach jetty with a man fishing in the morning sun.
tern on bridge
Sea Hawk Shelley Beach
Osprey is often seen flying overhead and this guy was perched in the morning sun overseeing Caloundra and Glasshouse Mountains .
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Osprey
Im not sure but I think he may have been giving me a mouthful.
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 Caloundra and Glasshouse Mountains at Dawn
The Glasshouse Mountains in view beyond the point where Kings Beach meets the Pumicestone Passage entrance to Caloundra.
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Sea Hawk looking over Glasshouse Mountains
The Osprey overlooking Kings Beach and the Glasshouse Mountains
ocean view
Wave Coming into Caloundra at Dawn
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 Sunrise Shelley Beach
Meditating under the sun rise at Shelley Beach with cargo ship out to sea.
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Galahs in the skies above Shelly Beach
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