Bird Watching at Warragul Victoria


I love spending my days indoors (even before pre-Covid19) but from time to time I appreciate going outside, spend an afternoon walk, and just sit in the park doing nothing but watch the birds.

Sometimes I feel jealous of these birds. They are free to fly wherever they please. They are so beautiful and entertaining to watch, especially those cockatoos when they had cockies-fight for their territories or for their ladies.

A slow lifestyle is good. I don't feel stressed, just taking things slow. I'm grateful for all the blessings and opportunities I have every single day and learned to appreciate small things in life.

Indeed, life is full of mystery.


How about you? What you've been doing recently?



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  1. Embrace nature! I recently started colouring by number to pass time

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  2. Bird watching definitely requires a lot of patience and diligence to say the least .. yes I do love to do bird watching from time to time ..

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    1. That's true! This is the least that we can do when we got a chance to go outdoor.

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  3. I'm bored staying at home. I missed those times me and my best friends are hanging out. I pray this pandemic will stop very soon.��

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  4. I agree with you, if we want a stress-free life we also need to take things slow instead of rushing everything. Stay chillax!

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  5. It's funny because I've been saying a LOT that I really want to get into bird watching when this is all over. I'm stuck in my apartment which has no outdoor terrace in Brooklyn due to COVID19. You cannot imagine how enviously I watch the birds fly around LOL.

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  6. Sometimes even I feel jealous while looking at the birds! But yes, I love to watch them too. I am not much into bird photography, but I do love to watch them once in a while. Well, in recent times with me being at home, I am trying to appreciate my home, the free time and so many smaller things that I never payed attention to before!

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    1. I think I can make bird watching as my next hobby when I just old and gray, then I will buy that professional lenses, for my photography.

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  7. Our daughter is an ornithologist and she spends lots of her life just looking at birds! She is far less stressed that many her age. Maybe because she is outdoors so much. Good that you found this way to enjoy the outside and keep some distance too.

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    1. I am very amazed that there are heaps of cockatoos here in our town. hahaha I am jealous of their beautiful feathers.

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  8. I also feel jealous because they can fly where ever they want to go while I need money to travel.
    Bird watching isn't my favorite but I do it from time to time.

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    1. Indeed they can cross borders without the need of checking.

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  9. Watching birds gives a soothing feeling. Me, here am drowning in depression due to quarantine.

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    1. aww hang-on tight. We can watch bird videos online..

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  10. The place looks so peaceful and it sounds you have a great time. Recently I'am focus more on my blog and Pinterest.

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  11. The place looks so serene and bird watching requires lots of patience. This is best video watching during this quarantine period.

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    1. Yeah it takes a lot of patience! Maybe I should make this as regular hobby :)

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  12. I love Bird Watching because I am a nature lover. I love to photograph wildlife and birds, especially in the morning. So I add this place at Warragul Victoria to my bucket list when I will be in this area. I would love to photograph cockatoos.

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    1. Ohh it is so hard to captured them in close proximity! I think next time I will bring a mat and crawl onto them while they play on the ground.

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  13. I love bird watching and bird spotting, specially when I go hiking. It does involve a lot of patience, specially when you want to take some awesome action shots on the camera.

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    1. That's true! I love the part when birds are bitch fighting :)

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  14. I too am doing some bird watching from my terrace in these days of lockdown. And am amazed at the varieties that I have never seen before and their chirping. Nature perhaps is rediscovering itself.

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    1. Yeah, I also noticed some colorful birds passing by recently. I think our nature is healing!

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  15. watching birds is definitely relaxing. Plus look at that sceneries! If I have the opportunity to do this, I will really maximize it. Definitely a stress-free day.

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    1. That's true! One thing that I have to watch is the amount of bird poop all over!

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  16. I like to watch birds. They are incredible.

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    1. They are so relaxing. Except I can't bring my cat with me, lol.

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  17. I love your video! You're very lucky to see these beautiful birds up close and personal. I've been enjoying the sound of birds chirping every morning outside of my home. It's heart-warming.

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  18. As I have seen from the YouTube video, it was super relaxing feeling as you watched the birds, and they're too many. It's okay to go outdoors for some time. As for me, I have been indoors lately doing work from home tasks, working out, journaling, communicating with few people and taking care of myself.

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  19. enjoying the wonders of nature, even the little things like birds flying, is always a relaxation for me

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    1. I agree. I always thought it is boring, but it is not :D

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  20. That sounds like fun but I dont think I have the patients for it.

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  21. This article has given me a serene feeling, calm and positivity. Love the video too :)

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  22. We can get through from all these that are happening to us.

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  23. I have been relaxing by reading, going on walks and taking courses to upgrade myself. I have been feeling calm as well.

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    1. That is wonderful Chantal! Enjoy your new lifestyle :D

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  24. I love everything nature. Nowadays, i hear birds chirping just outside my room early in the morning and i love that. Nature has ways to calm you down

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    1. It is amazing right?! Nature is also our strength so we much protect it.

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  25. I absolutely LOVE watching birds. There's a shed that I can just see the top of from my dining room and the like to play on there so I spend hours watching them. It's the best!

    Louise x

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    1. How wonderful! I guess they are happy that the nature is healing.

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  26. I actually saw a few new bird species that I have never seen before in my neighborhood. It's pretty fascinating though I don't know their names.

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    1. That is totally cool! These birds are surely happy!

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  27. I really enjoyed the video.. The great outdoors is beautiful and full of life to it :)

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  28. These past couple months, I've been learning to cook Indian and Thai food.

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    1. That is awesome! Now I am craving for those foods.

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  29. We have a window in our house that is perfect for bird watching!

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  30. I've never done that before,I do look in the sky sometimes when a lot of birds are flying but I've never really like sat and bird watched.

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    1. Aww you should, coz it is a good experience. Could be a therapy too!

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  31. I love this! I don't mind staying home too much but completely agree when it comes to spending time outside. It's so important to get out when you can!

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    1. That's true! Having a walk gives me a good energy and fresh air.

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  32. I love birds and used to feed them on the terrace at my old home. They are fascinating creatures and have a pecking order they follow.
    Elizabeth O

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