It only took the birds a few hours to discover this refreshing pool of water. I kept my camera handy and snapped away from a vantage point on the patio.
Fiscal Flycatcher enjoying a drink at the newly-opened Hedges bird bath!
Cape Robin-chat perching on the edge of the sandstone bird bath in our back garden
Karoo Thrush (Adult) is a regular visitor to the sandstone bird bath - Grant calls this critter "Batman" since we think it was this specific bird which killed the bat we were trying to save!
Below is a series of photos of a Juvenile Karoo Thrush:
Karoo Thrush (Juvenile) hasn't discovered the higher bird bath yet. But it enjoyed a pool of water and some berries (from the white-stinkwood trees) on the slab of concrete
Some readers may have seen my short and sweet post called "tester" Angus has been trying to help me with Blogger (an alien area to him) by getting my service provider company to adjust/increase something with regards to the Internet. It's helping a little; although uploading images from Picasa are a working now, I still get the message "An error occurred when trying to save or publish your post. Please try again. Dismiss."
I'm linking to Wild Bird Wednesday here