The Double-barred Finch was helping himself to crumbs around the swimming pool in our motel in Kununurra. I had posted one earlier that I found in Willi-Creek but his head had been obscured. Both the pair of Corellas and the Masked Lapwing were at the Victoria River Roadhouse. Both images of the Rainbow Bee-Eater were at one of the many BBQ areas set aside as driver-fatigue areas along the Victoria Hwy. This one actually on the river. He was waiting in a tree immediately above the BBQ for our leftovers. But so was a Whistling Kite, which made the RBBE veeeery nervous.
So ... here is the Whistling Kite. He performed some wonderful aerobatics to obtain the food that fellow-travellers tossed out for him. Although not particularly successful in this endeavour, I feel sure he would have cleaned up dilligently upon our departure.