Wednesday, 24 October 2012
They really are.
Harry thought it would be hilarious to start building a nesting mound on the patio. (Location, location, location.) But his heart wasn't in it and he soon lost interest.
He has similarly lost interest in fighting with the pademelons. Now they all avoid eye contact.
And he no longer chases away other brush turkeys. As a consequence, the garden is awash with large black birds.
As are the trees. Which is odd because I suspect that brush turkeys are afraid of heights. They are not great perchers and usually only fly into trees to roost.
That's quite enough of that!