Hide and Seek

Yesterday it was busy at the bottle brush bushes again.

At dinner preparation time I watched the Tuis come and go feeding off the multiple flowers. I snuck out the front door very quietly and with the zoom on the camera at the ready I snapped this big bird sitting on a Melia branch singing “Come out, come out wherever you are!”

To my left a head popped up and snap here is the Tui being sought. “I’m in here but I’ve more eating to do over here,” came the reply.

There seems to be the larger Tui and the second slightly smaller one who are regulars to my Tui feeding spot. Are they are breeding pair, are they parent and child….sadly I can’t tell you but I am loving having them pop in so often during the day.

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5 thoughts on “Hide and Seek

  1. Northern Narratives

    You already know that I love to watch the birds. I can only imagine the songs from these two. Love your photos 🙂

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      This is the first year the Tuis have visited the bush so frequently and there are lots more flowers to bloom on the bush. They are a real joy. We share a love of bird watching Judy.

      Reply

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