Birdorable Rainbow Lorikeet in Western Australia

Birdorable Rainbow Lorikeet in Shark Bay, Australia

This Birdorable Rainbow Lorikeet in the wild is at Shark Bay in Western Australia. Deirdra is wearing a Birdorable Sweatshirt. Many thanks to Deirdra for sending in this great photo. Do you have a Birdorable product? Please send us a photo at info [at] birdorable.com and we'll feature it right here on the blog.

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