I think with all the really wet weather and flooding we have been having, the water-logged paddocks are yielding up all sorts of little frogs, worms and grubs.
This fellow is a Sacred Kingfisher and usually only comes this far south in summer to breed.They usually hunt on dry land but also use the margins of wetlands - which our place definitely is at the moment.
We are hoping with the coming of the breeding season, we may see him with a partner.
And a few shots of the water pouring from the neighbours dam and into our paddocks and garden during our record breaking spring rains.
|This is the side paddock where usually we have cattle grazing.|
|Almost into the garden. This dam is usually almost dry.|
Liz Needle - linking with "Wild Bird Wednesday" and "Our World Tuesday"