Bird of the Week Challenge: 29th June - friendly interactions

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Bird of the Week Challenge: 29th June - friendly interactions

Well its Monday again everyone, hope you had a great weekend smiley


This week's theme is 'friendly interactions'. Send us your shots of birds interacting with each other or maybe with another animal (or people?)

Reflex
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How about a Cattle Egret? (not sure if having a bird poop all over your back would be considered friendly though).indecision

Samford Valley Qld.

dwatsonbb
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These 2 were getting pretty friendly, there is a sequence which I can post, but might be best under a "mating photo" challenge.

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

mpb
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Another piggy back shot.

Mark

Devster
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These guys were getting along enough to share the small plant

ungb
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These two little wattlebirds seem to be singing from the same songsheet.

WhistlingDuck

Thats a classic shot mpb - Pelican water taxi !

WhistlingDuck

Lorikeet Love

Devster
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These Cormorants seemed to like hanging out on this fence. It started with about 4, then one would land right in between them, even though there was heaps of room at the end. They would complain then shuffle over. The didn't even mind the Little Black Cormorants joining them. Once they were all there they just groomed themselves occasionally telling the one next to them that they were in their space. Quite funny to watch.

Reflex
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Lorikeets preparing to roost.

Samford Valley Qld.

rawshorty
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Well it looks like they are getting along smiley

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Shorty......Canon gear

Canberra

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Rick N
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Onwards and Upwards

WhistlingDuck

Playful Cockatoos

ungb
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Lovey-dovey

WhistlingDuck

Black Winged Stilts in a Flap

robwill
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A friendly bunch of Sulphur Crested Cockatoos. 

A friendly bunch. by robert, on Flickr

Rob. 

russianbear
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Regards

Alex

russianbear
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Regards

Alex

russianbear
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Regards

Alex

Reflex
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Mr & Mrs Superb.

Samford Valley Qld.

Devster
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The Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoos were being pretty friendly.

Just a heads up russianbear, generally you have to wait a post or two before posting again. Just gives others a chance to post their pics. Unless there has been a long time between posts, then its generally accepted.

Also you know the topic is "Friendly" encounters. Your 3 posts seem to be the opposite indecision

mpb
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A few friendly birds

Mark

Annie W
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These Ruddy Turnstones were all a pretty friendly flock, to each other anyway.

NW Tasmania

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