Flocks of birds by the roadside are a common sight in the west. We are really only on the cusp of the wheat country here were the birds gather in big numbers.
These were taken outside the small town of Neville, a neat unassuming place with a pub but the general store which was operating last time I visited is up for sale and looks like it is closed. It has tourist accommodation called the Neville Siding with railway carriages and railway memorabilia. The funny thing is that unlike nearly every town we have visited this one was never on a railway line!
Want to see what the place looks like? Visit Neville at 100 Towns.