I have recorded the stages of development in the breeding of the pair of frogmouths that roost in our Yellow Box (Eucalyptus meiodora) in an on-going post. Today I just thought the chicks looked cute (in a malevolent sort of way) rather than needing to be recorded as a 'stage'. So here are a couple of images.
The first one was a tad tricky to take as I was being dive bombed by the Satan-spawn Pied Currawongs that are about to fledge their young in a nest a few metes further up the tree. For the second shot I was pretty much embedded in an Acacia tree so the black bombers couldn't get at me so easily!
Litchfield National Park; sandstone and waterfalls
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