Sacred things

And just in case this morning’s reblog about Trump was too bleak, I am ending the day with this glorious post from Geoff Park. He captures the most stunning birds from Central Victoria. Enjoy!

Natural Newstead

This is sacred habitat.

Aulluvial-terraces Herb-rich Woodland in the Mia Mia, 9th December 2017

This is a sacred tree.

The nest site in a River Red-gum

This is a sacred hollow.

The hollow showing evidence of occupation

Meet the care takers.

Sacred Kingfisher about to enter the nest, 9th December 2017

The female above the nest site

Here’s the male

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. cedar51 says:

    this is a post I can “click the like button” what gorgeous surroundings…almost as if someone painted the trees in the landscape – then add the sacred bird and it’s almost perfect…

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    1. anne54 says:

      Doesn’t it just lift the spirits, which have been way too low lately.

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  2. acflory says:

    Just stunning. I had no idea we had Kingfishers at all. Thank you. 🙂

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    1. anne54 says:

      They are little jewels of birds, aren’t they? Geoff, the photographer on this blog takes wonderful photos of the area around Newstead in Central Victoria. Also, kookaburras are kingfishers too…..

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      1. acflory says:

        What? Kookaburras are kingfishers? My god, we have a couple of families of them coming to visit this time every year. -dance- THANK YOU!

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