Little Corella

Curtis Hayne

Joined December 2014

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Little Corellas often indulge in an activity that is uncommon in the bird world — they like to play. Sometimes they slide down the steep roofs of wheat silos, falling off the edge and then flying back to the top to slide down again. They have also been seen perched on the blades of windmills, spinning round and around, falling off and then regaining a precarious grip on the blades. Even when perched, Little Corellas often hang upside down, or dangle below the perch, holding on with their bill.

Canon EOS 600D
F-stop: f/9
Exposure time: 1/640
ISO Speed: 400
Focal length: 250mm
Moree, NSW, Australia

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