‘Multitudes’ of birds for Thursday’s Special

I often visit the Green Cay Wetlands and Nature Centre, as there, I can see multitudes of birds especially just before sunset when they are coming home to roost. (Click the image for a closer look.)

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From a distance, it looks like the trees have a multitude of white blossoms, but on closer inspection, the white ‘flowers’ are revealed to be White Ibis.

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Almost every available branch in the marsh is covered in birds.

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Looks like Mr. GBH really has his hands full trying to keep this multitude of noisy Ibis in order, and settle them down for the night,

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but you can definitely see who’s the boss.

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Thanks to Paula for her Thursday Special Challenge. Click the badge below to participate.

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93 comments on “‘Multitudes’ of birds for Thursday’s Special

  1. He’ll show them who’s boss! I’m fortunate enough to have a reserve similar to that around the corner from me…about 20mins. Iit’s lots of fun watching the birds….seeing what they get up to.

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  3. You know what’s funny, when I caught first glimpses of your really beautiful photos I thought – bird bouquets, and now I saw that you called them white flowers too. This is a breathtaking site and captures did it justice. Thank you Sylvia πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  4. Sylvia, I thought it was flowers in that bush. Beautiful birds.
    Looking at your images … it looks like he is the only male in the bunch, so that’s why he are the boss I suppose. *smile – I think the girls let him be the boss.

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