Darcy is lounging on my work folder.
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He is always on it.
As I carry it around all day
it probably has ‘Aroma Frances’ on it.

This is a great site for Australian Bird Species.
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While I was visiting an elderly friend today, we had a visitor.
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S/he heard our voices and came down for some morning tea.
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Queue for Breakfast
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My brother in law, Greg’s mother passed away last week, Joan was 95 years old and lived locally. During the time Greg and Cathy were on the coast, they dropped in to visit me, we went to The Entrance to have some lunch and while there I took these photos of a boat hire business that has been operating on this site since the 1920s, some of the wooden boats looked like they have been here since the fossil age.
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The novelty boats with The Entrance bridge in the background.
Multi-coloured boats
It was cold, overcast miserable day but that didn’t stop the local fauna from venturing out.

The Pelicans lined up for their free food.
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Each day at 3pm the local Pelican gather for feeding time, a local resident started this many years ago and now volunteers carry on the tradition.
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Photos taken with my mobile phone.

No kiddies in the Rock Pool
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Just three little ducks.

Kookaburra

I was at a friend’s home at Avoca Beach and this little fella
came for his morning meal it fluffed up its feathers to look bigger and scarier to scare me off.
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I was lucky enough to be able to film this kookaburra bashing his prey(a piece of meat) against the rail.They do this to break up all of the prey’s bones so it can digest it.

When a Kookaburra starts to laugh it sounds like
a ”Kook-kook-kook” sound
then they end with a ”ha-ha-ha”.
When a family group start to laugh the noise is deafening.

Kookaburra
(stock photo)