Little White Corellas en masse. by hermann

Little White Corellas en masse.

I am not sure what stirred them up but they were excited and extremely noisy.
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How lovely, they look like autumn leaves highlighted by the sun:)
April 6th, 2018  
I thought they were leaves as well. Great capture with the rainbow and the dramatic sky.
April 6th, 2018  
Lovely shot with the birds in flight and rainbow behind them.
April 6th, 2018  
Love how they catch the light :)
April 6th, 2018  
how interesting... love the light in the trees too
April 6th, 2018  
A stunning image and colours, fav!
April 6th, 2018  
How wonderful - a rainbow too. Fav!
April 6th, 2018  
Lovely light! At first glance, I thought it was leaves blowing around during a storm :-)
April 6th, 2018  
Wow that's quite a flock and a bonus rainbow :)
April 6th, 2018  
Amazing shot! Theres so much going on, even a rainbow!
April 6th, 2018  
Fav, especially beautiful on black!
April 6th, 2018  
Fantastic picture.
April 6th, 2018  
I'm another one that thought they were leaves! This shot has just about everything Sally, it's fabulous
April 6th, 2018  
It doesn't take much to spook them does it. We put seed out for the lorikeets and one day a little corella turned up. He must have been the scout because the next day he brought 15 of his closest friends, the next day we had about 40 of them. The seed didn't last long.
April 6th, 2018  
The lighting here is fascinating - great clouds, too.
April 7th, 2018  
How amazing
April 7th, 2018  
Fabulous light - love the rainbow. At first I thought it was leaves blowing around.
April 7th, 2018  
Magic shot Sally. I believe there are thousands of them making pests of themselves in parts of Adelaide.
April 7th, 2018  
@golftragic Thanks Marnie. Yes I did hear a report about these chaps creating bedlam, but I was aghast at the emotive language used, making out that they were something to be frightened of, almost like Alfred Hitchcock's movie ' The Birds '.
The human race has a lot to answer for when these birds or any creature for that matter becomes a nuisance in the towns.
Now to get off my high horse. I love seeing them en masse around our creek and very rarely do I hear negative comments about their presence .
April 7th, 2018  
@hermann Oh yes, you're right, that hyperbole was right off the planet. I have no problem with them as such, but wouldn't think the same if the paddock I sowed yesterday had no seed grain left in it today. Ditto eastern grey kangas. Some species' populations have got out of hand IMO, but how do we deal with this in decent way?
April 8th, 2018  
@golftragic Of course Marnie, I totally agree as the food producers do have a battle on their hands and as you say it does need a humane solution :)
April 8th, 2018  
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