BIRDIES FLOCK YEAH! A flamingo on the edge of Swokopmund, Namibia.Scarlet robin, Wilson's Prom National Park.A little chap with a chirpy outlook, the superb fairy wren, in Wilsons Prom, Australia.Kingfishers in the Phillipines.A bee-eater spotted in near the famous stone rice terraces in Luzon, Philippines.A typical (pied) comorant pose, on Gunbower Creek, Australia.Pelicans and friends hanging about in northern Victoria. Reedy Lake is one of many important birding spots in the state.A green bee-eater stares back, Chin State, Burma.Emus in the Flinders Ranges area.A wedge tailed eagle in Flinders Ranges National Park.In silohuette, wedge tailed eagle in Flinders Ranges National Park.In South Australia's Mallee, an old farm has become a birdlife haven at Gluepot.A pair of mulga parrots at Gluepot.Bird hirds provide for excellent viewing around Gluepot.Another resident of Gluepot. Must check who he is.....Flamingos in Montenegro.Great hornbill, one of the greatest birds, surveys the forest of Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand.Right by the side of the road, in Prachuap Khiri Khan in southern Thailand. As close as I've been to a hornbill.Birdwatching can be done anywhere. This kingfisher was one of a few fellas I saw in Tezpur, a medium-sized city of north-east India.Until recently pink cockatoos were known as Major Mitchell cockatoos. Pictured here around Mutawinji National Park, outback NSW.Pink cockatoos are considered endangered, so seeing this many was quite lucky.New Holland honeyeater, very calm around people, at Cape Le Grand National Park, WA.Rock parrots, also Cape Le Grand.Chinstripe bee eater, Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe.Little bee eater, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.The beautifully named go-away bird, Hwange, Zim.