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A Time of Plenty III RC242530

Budgerigar, western Queensland near Buolia, flock sunrise, sunset Budgerigar flock, western Queensland In the vast, arid expanse of Australia, the grand old mulga tree stands tall as the main base for the emerald green budgerigars and the pink and grey galahs during their waterhole operations. It's a sight to behold as these colorful birds flit and flutter around the tree, taking shelter as soon as they sense a predatory bird flying past them. Such occurrences are common during times of plenty when there is an abundance of food. It's amazing how nature has its own way of protecting its creatures and ensuring their survival.
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Budgerigar, western Queensland near Buolia, flock    sunrise, sunset  Budgerigar flock, western Queensland In the vast, arid expanse of Australia, the grand old mulga tree stands tall as the main base for the emerald green budgerigars and the pink and grey galahs during their waterhole operations. It's a sight to behold as these colorful birds flit and flutter around the tree, taking shelter as soon as they sense a predatory bird flying past them. Such occurrences are common during times of plenty when there is an abundance of food. It's amazing how nature has its own way of protecting its creatures and ensuring their survival.