This bamboo fence is very popular among the birds. We can see it from the veranda of the cottage and we always check to see what’s perched on it.
One day it was Tali, the Pied Harrier. We watched him and admired his full adult male plumage. Earlier in the year he was brown, then in March we saw his black adult feathers coming in. In April, we thought he had migrated and that we wouldn’t see him in full adult plumage. Here he is in July in full male adult plumage!
After giving us good views Tali flew off. We thought that was the end of the show. Thirty minutes later a Grass Owl flew in and landed on the same spot! Maybe the Grass Owl wanted to see what Tali was looking at. There’s a path of short grass in front of the fence. It’s a good place to nab a meal.
The following week the fence was host to these Spotted Doves that decided that bamboo fence was a good spot for sex!
2 thoughts on “The Magic Fence”
Ya gotta make a mazeof fences.
Haha, that would be something!