We have a lot of different birds visiting many that I have not identified.
This is one ,outside the kitchen window, is one of 4 types of honeyeaters, occasionally he does suck the nectar in flight :
this is Wally, very shy I only see him about every few weeks but he is around otherwise :
a robin, common but pretty :
black cockatoos fly over in huge flocks almost every day, several times a day when the weather changes, small flocks (10 to 30) come down to eat our pine cones :
Elsie's husband, one of the two large males of the mob, about 13 in total :
Elsie has another joey in the pouch and I suspect she is pregnant again given that I spotted her and this male alone a few times.
(Elsie was a few meters away from the male in the photo above )
Rosellas are common everywhere but we have 7 that are around pretty often, this is one of them :
One of at least 3 eagles that fly overhead. I have seen all three (I suspect a couple with their offspring) two or three times but the pair or more often a solo one do fly about , in fact the other day I had a very close encounter with the big male and Elsie and Charlie because I was walking uphill with my nose in the air looking at one of them :