The best photos we took in April 2018
This was the first water habitat we created when we got here, almost 2 years ago.
But the growth of trees and shrubs around it has made it harder and harder to see, and therefore harder to see the birds that visit.
The best photos we took from February 2018
November 2017 – Shots of the Month
By our estimations, the house here at Arborlon was built about 20 years ago.We don’t know who built it, but as we’ve lived here now for two years, we’ve noticed how well they designed the aspects of the house to achieve natural heating and cooling. We have no need for heating or air-conditioning!
As the bottom steps are now finished and the gardens in place was created a new water habitat on the Plot Level.
Another of our water habitats is getting popular with the locals. Birds now regularly visit the water habitat that we have created in the back yard.
It’s a simple one. An upside down plastic garbage bin lid on top of a galvanised garbage bin.
We had our local Wedge-tailed Eagles visit us again today. This time they were off the deck and only just above us, giving us a great view of their flight and antics.
We noticed the small birds in our backyard were searching for water, so we created a birdbath for them simply by turning an old plastic garbage bin lid upside down and placing it on a galvanized bin for support.