Rainbow Lorikeet

This is where we have chosen to nest and rear our young this year.

I took these photographs with my phone when I was out walking Chi near “My Beach” this week. They were quite tolerant considering Chi was sniffing around under their tree. Not wanting to stress them, I took a few quick shots and left them to it.

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Rainbow Lorikeets nesting. Photographs taken in Woody Point, Queensland, Australia.

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18 Responses to Rainbow Lorikeet

  1. They are very cute! and what a place to build a nest!
    Thank you for your likes and follow, I very much appreciate it!


  2. These are so beautiful! 🙂


  3. Jet Eliot says:

    Oh, the land of beautiful Queensland where rainbow lorikeets grace the earth. Thanks for sharing your walk. 😀

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  4. To see them in the wild life and its natural habitat must be very unique experience! Beautiful birds 🙂

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  5. I love the lorikeets! There are lots in our local park. Beautiful colours!


  6. Reblogged this on Ace Friends News 2014 and commented:
    #AceFriendsNews – Great post as per usual and love the pictures. Ian


    • Thanks Ian.. I’m having issues with WP over the past few days. The likes counter is way off. Sites I visit and like are not showing my like a day later. Any comments I’m answering via my Android phone are not showing even though I am logged in under my account. Your last few comments have gone to my spam folder despite our mutual following. Why oh why have they played around with the format… it was working just fine. My message to W.P – If it aint broken… leave it the F*k alone…


      • Sorry do not know your name – but agree everyday it changes – today new this and that, no worry will visit and always reblog your amazing posts.

        Kindest regards, Ian


  7. suzjones says:

    How cool. We have a brown dove nesting in our shade house. She has two babies that are just getting feathers now.


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