Look who came visiting…

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There are a family of 4, Mum, Dad and 2 babies live around here some where. I think this is one of the youngsters out on his own, he looked a bit nervous.

They wake us early with their raucous laugh. Have you ever heard the call of the kookaburra?

Here is one I found on You Tube. Be warned they are very noisy…

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20 thoughts on “Look who came visiting…

  1. How funny Pomme – I’ve heard them but never seen one. What a gorgeous capture! How nice of him to pose for you πŸ™‚

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  2. beautiful shot Pauline.. .. and lol.. they really made me laugh.. πŸ™‚

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  3. That’s quite some call! How early is “early?” πŸ˜•

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  4. I have never heard them and when I saw your opening photo, I was hoping you had a video, too. And, you did! Thank you. Also, I had to look up the meaning of larrikin–a new term for me. Looks like I need to read more Australian novels.

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    • Australians have a lot of unique expressions, or at least they used to. Unfortunately the younger generation now seem to follow your countries lead, I guess from all the TV sitcoms etc and mostly use American slang, interspersed with lots of graffiti words…

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  5. Toni

    I love them. The babies are funny when they are trying to learn to laugh. they make a strange noise like they are choking. TFS. cheers Toni

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  6. Aren’t they wonderful? One of the highlights of living in Australia…

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  7. No but I wish I had, your photos is so cute!!

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  8. what a fun visitor πŸ™‚ ❀ and the vid was awesome – they sound like a laugh almost (and made the doggies perk up over here -lol)

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  9. YouTube is wonderful. Thanks for sharing such an interesting-looking bird.

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