Kookaburra sitting on a fence In the early morning, looking
Waiting for a worm or grub
To lift itself from the newly turned earth
Waiting for the moment
When breakfast will serve itself
On a platter of rich brown loam.
Kookaburra looking and watching
Hearing keenly aware
Of all the tiny sounds
of rustles and wriggles underground
The minute turn of the earth
That says there’s a worm uncoiling
Kookaburra, eyes never leave the soil
Poised for flight, on pointe
Like a ballerina, equilibrium ready to tip.
Kookaburra flashes in flight
Like a dart of liquefied lightning
Like a perfectly aimed arrow
No wavering no loitering.
Rocket fast it flits
With laser beam precision
Its beak tastes the worm
One flick, beak opens and closes. Kookaburra sitting on a post. #lanakerr#fence#fms_fence#fmsphotoaday#fms_photoaday#fmspad@fatmumslim@littlemomentsapp#kookaburra#birdsofaustralia#juvenile
Viserion (yes, he’s named after a dragon from game of thrones!) is our most timid little guy we have. I’ve been working with him everyday to try and change and I am seeing a difference.
Before you decide to get a beardie it’s important to know that each one has their very own personality just like you and me. Some are very social and very excited to see their human, while others need time and patience. When getting him I was so excited for him to be so out there and so docile but after the first few days I noticed that just wasn’t him. None the less I love him with all my heart and I will continue to work with him everyday and will keep you all updated!