birds of australia
Having wild creatures visit our homes is a privilege. We feed them for our own sake, not for theirs. To attract birds and other wild creatures to your garden, plant vegetation native to your area, and, if you want to offer birds additional food, here are some practical guidelines you should follow.
Photographer Mark Eatwell, well-known for his beautiful images of Western Australia’s splendid fairy-wrens, captures these gorgeous bright blue birds frolicking among the blossoms of a Marri tree.
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Check out which birds call your campus home.
These mini emu birds are not only small in stature, but small in numbers as well. And conserving them is proving to be quite the task.
Millions of people in this country feed birds everyday and they are not going to stop, says Darryl.