Sunday, 16 May 2010

Cossack, WA.

Spinifex Pigeon

The old port town of Cossack in WA hasn't really got much going on. It was, however, home to the largest finch flock we encountered along The Extraordinary Taxi Ride. It wasn't a mixed flock but an awesome sight and sound to see so many Zebra Finches all the same. A family of Spinifex Pigeons were also running around the local field of broken bottles. Is there nowhere a birdwatcher can't be happy?

Zebra Finches


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