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And here is one of those noisy birds. Isn't it simply stunning. We don't see these in the mountains.

Rainbow Lorikeet

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  1. Woah - I would really love to see one of these in my backyard. The colours are wonderful.

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  2. These birds are beautiful but hey sit in a grevillea just outside our bedroom window at 5 am screeching and eating.

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  3. Wonderful shots, Joan. I'm not quite in the bush here in Sydney, so seeing these birds up close is a treat.

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  4. All we have around here are pigeons, so I can't help being a little envious.

    In a nearby bird sanctuary we have some chickens and a peacock, but they're nothing like this.

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  5. They are common around here in the inner-city, but I am surrounded by fruiting bushes. They are noisy though, and have crook table manners.

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  6. Yes they are very noisy and messy. Much noisier than rosellas and nearly as messy as cockatoos.

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  7. We see a few Rainbow Lorikeets at Glenbrook.

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  8. Now I'm in awe! What gorgeous bird and great captures.

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