I haven't taken the camera out on to the golf course for a little while. Yesterday was a chance to do so.
A trio of young Galahs was patiently waiting in the top of a large Box tree for a parent to return with a meal. (Can you see the third one?).
Nearby a small family of Golden Whistlers were zipping through the foliage. An inquisitive youngster came almost too close for the camera to focus.
There are a couple of spots around the place where, if the 'roughs mower' has missed them, the odd wildflower might get the chance to raise its beautiful head. (Do I sound exasperated?) Yesterday was the turn of the Donkey Orchids.
The orchid patch and nearby Paperbarks were humming with pollinators of various sorts.
And of course, where there are pollinators there are predators.