The Royal Botanical Gardens in Sydney Australia are an urban bird paradise.
I found this pair of magpie larks singing and dancing happily in the park.
The name magpie lark is a misnomer as these handsome birds are neither magpies nor larks, but are members of the giant monarch flycatcher family.
Magpie larks are musical prodigies who sing co-ordinated duets together, timed by the metronomic movements of their synchronized dancing. See: http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20160803-the-strange-reason-magpie-larks-dance-when-nobody-is-looking
Cheers to you from the magical birdies of Oz~
are perfect during a pandemic.
No one here but us turkeys.
Well there are lots and lots of coyotes skulking about….
and cacti blooming everywhere.
The pasture below The Holler is happy due to all the rain,
and this is our peaceful morning view.
Cheers to you, from all of us, hunkered down at The Holler, with hopes you are staying safe and well~