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Stella and Rory

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Kookaburra










Howdy Mates, we had a visitor the other day.  It was a kookaburra.  He was sitting on our back fence.  Mum loves them and they always make her laugh with their call.  








If you want to hear their unusual call, click here  Kookaburra and scroll down the right side of the information. 


Hope your week is a good one.
No worries, and love, Stella and Rory


24 comments:

  1. We listened,,,,,!!! beautiful!! Did Earl hear it too?

    Sooo beautiful!
    love
    tweedles

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  2. Crikey Tweedles thought they sounded beautiful. I don't think their call is beautiful but it sure is unique and you can't help but laugh along with 'em. Mum LOVES 'em. She been trying to get a video of 'em, laughing their heads off in an old gum tree but she never has the camera ready when she needs it. It sure was nice of that beautiful bloke to come pay you a visit, aye??

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  3. How could one not laugh along with a kookaburra?

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  4. We wake up to the kookaburras, but we haven't had one in our garden. That's special. Hope he's eating snakes...just sayin'.

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  5. Oh that sounds like a monkey :o) Rory, please send me one of that berds... or nahh wait... let's say 6 or 8... I love this calls and I bet they chase all intrudes like that pesky post-guy away in zilch! Pawesome berds!!!
    easy rider

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  6. What a funny call he has but it sounds so happy! We like it!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  7. Hari OM
    Oh I do miss my kookaburras.... and magpies and currawongs and rosellas and cockatoos and butcherbirds.... sigh... I was just this very morning bewailing the fact that the birds outside my window are all gulls and (British) magpies - which only got caaaaccckkk... no colour and no laughing... thanks for showing us this fella. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  8. A real life Kookaburra, WooHoo aren't you lucky!!!
    You can't help but smile at their call though, happy birdies
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  9. It is wonderful to see them so close and nothing better than hearing them laugh

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  10. G'Day dear furends... Our furend from NSW brought us a Kookaburra statue... we love it... butt IT does NOT laugh... just sits on the shelf and gets dusty... hehehehehe
    OMD they eat SNAKES????
    THAT is a good thingy, RIGHT??? Thanks fur sharing with us.
    No Worries NO WORRIES...

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  11. Heya mates! We've never seen one of those birdehs, it's very beautiful!

    NukNuk

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  12. Mom used to sing a song about kookaburras to the little ones. We all lifted our heads from our morning nap when she played the sound :)

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  13. Oh how cool! I love the shape of those birds.
    Dip and Elliot x

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  14. A fellow in Sydney has a daily visit from a kookaburra and he feeds it tuna each day!

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  15. Oh my pug that was so beautiful...we don't have them in iowa that's for sure.
    stella rose

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  16. That's a pretty cool birdie
    Lily & Edward

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  17. It's always fun to have a cute birdie visitor!

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  18. That is a crazy laughter! Our birdie here are rather boring!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  19. Wow that's really different. It would sound a little crazy if there was a whole flock "laughing" at the same time.

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  20. OMD, that is fABulous!!! You guys are so lucky!!! Ma could always have someburdie to laugh at her terrible jokes!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  21. What is he up to? Isn't he meant to be sitting in an OLD GUMTREE?? Not on a fence?!

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