My last post birds where i live identified some of the birds I captured on camera this morning at Look At Me Now Headland … a wattle bird, a pair of laughing kookaburras and two white-faced herons. I also spotted a black-shouldered kite perched high in the branches of a she-oak. He didn’t pay that much attention to me at first but when I moved closer it turned a steely eye my way. Black-shouldered kites are very common throughout Australia and like open woodland, grasslands and paddocks, they make a loud ‘chip’ sound and a screeching hiss. This one is male (white head) and a beauty up close!