There are those of us who are enjoying the beauty of these colourful, feathered visitors to our little sorghum patch, grown in one of the pig paddocks to supplement their diet.
Red-Winged Parrots, all enjoying the sorghum smorgasboard on offer,
while the Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos wait their turn in the distance.
This elusive unidentified hatted specimen made a rare appearance and was captured on film.
And while the sound of birds chattering and chirping filters through the kitchen window, filling all with a sense of nature's beauty, the joyous peacefulness is shattered by the booming of Elmer Fudd and his pea-shooter. For if there's one thing to spoil a farmers joy of his sorghum crop, it's pesky varmints trying to steal it!