As summer comes to an end the days get short enough to appreciate early in the evening.
Most of the Sunshine Coast Hummingbird population leaves around the end of July as the number of flowers begin to decline. A few, like this Rufous Hummingbird, stay around into the fall feeding on the late blooming flowers.
The Oystercatcher is a bit of a goofy bird. It starts with them being black with pink legs, an orange bill, and bright orange eyes. They forage on the shore in groups that randomly leap into the air and start squawking loudly. Then they fly in a large circle and settle back where they were. This joyous action continues from dawn to dusk.