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Best bird you've seen in the wild?

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A blue-faced honeyeater at Echuca (Image by Gayle Beveridge)
A blue-faced honeyeater at Echuca - Image by Gayle Beveridge


There are so many magnificent birds in the world, so many colors, so many species, only the luckiest of us will see most of them.

What is the most beautiful or interesting bird you have seen in the wild?

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When I first saw a parakeet in the wild,I thought it was pretty cool, but they are all around now, so the novelty has worn off. I saw a heron close up near where I live once, which was unusual, so thought that was a cool experience.
When I first saw a parakeet in the wild,I thought it was pretty cool, but they are all around now, so the novelty has worn off. I saw a heron close up near where I live once, which was unusual, so thought that was a cool experience.
I particularly like the red rumped parrot. I first saw them in Riverton in South Australia but didn't realise what they were until later on when we isited Hay in NSW. In Hay there were flocks of them and they allowed my to get quite close while they pecked about in the grass.
I think the most interesting bird I've come across is the Little Friar Bird. The only place I have seen this was at Torrumbarry Weir not far from Echuca.
I saw eagles in alaska
Eagles are awesome, such majestic birds. We saw many wedge tailed eagles while travelling the Stuart Higway to central Australia; they were feeding of roadkill. At one time we saw five in the asame spot.
You can't beat the beauty and gorgeous colours of parrots. We see a lot of them in Queensland. Even the magpies in their stark black and white are amazing. The kookaburras are a lovely mix of colours too. Then there are the cockatoos in brilliant white with yellow crests. There are so many birds of colour it is hard to choose.
Im way of cause with my reply here, but anyway: On our balcony, weve had: Yellow crested Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Magpies, Currawongs, Lorikeets, King parrots, Rosellas, Australian noisy miners,
and Owls. Down the road from our house, weve seen those awful Indian miners, Pee-wees & Ducks! On our nearby river, weve seen Seagulls & Pelicans. Yesterday, in Ballarat, Vic, we saw 22 black swans.
Weve seen some different parrots in Darwin, than our ones in NSW & we've also seen lots of beautiful Eagles in Alaska, & some swallows somewhere!
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