Saturday, September 12, 2009

Narcissus Courting at Carnarvon Gorge

The Apostlebird is so-called because it appears in groups of twelve. It is a feature of Carnarvon National Park, Queensland, Australia. Another is the cycad, especially the Macrozamia some of which are 2000 years old.

The bold and frisky apostlebird is attracted to its own image in the external mirrors of cars in the camping ground.

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