Both my cats are indoors cats, to keep them safe from various dangers outside, like ticks, pythons, and occasional dingoes. Also to keep the native wildlife safe from killer Lulu, who loves to chomp on any unsuspecting native mice, lizards, birds, small marsupials etc.
I'm sure she would love to have a nice juicy bush turkey, these are not the best photos as they were moving quite fast and I was having trouble getting a good shot of them. They have bright red heads and yellow wattles around the neck. They are a native bird, and can even be found wandering down Hastings St at Noosa Heads, dodging the tourists and traffic. They build large mounds, where they bury the eggs to incubate them. Unfortunately if they become resident in or near your garden, your mulch is usually "borrowed" to make their nests.
We also have a family of kookaburras who live in the neighbourhood. Sorry not another great photo, but if you click on it to "embiggen" you might see them a bit better.
Bailey still gets his fix of greens though, he loves chomping on my lemon grass.
Lulu doesn't eat greens, but she likes green!
I have been working away on these during the week.
I have to make 30 in total, and I am up to number 19.
Tonight we had a fabulous sunset.