Albino Humpback Whale calf!
I spent the weekend on the beautiful North Stradbroke Island and was lucky enough to see this stunning albino whale calf travelling north with it’s mother! As far as I can tell this is only the 2nd time this individual has been spotted!! It is presumed that this may be the offspring of the famous #migaloo
❤ Hungry mouths ❤ three photos showing juvenile female house sparrow being fed by mum.
This baby chirped and bobbed her wings to alert mum she was hungry. 🆔️Did you know..they were once a very common bird but in recent years numbers have crashed. In some urban areas the population has fallen by 99%. The cause of the sudden decline remains a mystery. They are very social birds, often nesting in colonies.Few birds are happier in the company of man than the house sparrow, and for much of the year it is rare to find them far from human habitation. Incubation takes just eleven days, and two weeks later the young will leave the nest. ↔️ SWIPE to see all three 📷