Cattle Egrets, checking on the fronds that have landed in the back of your truck.
Warning away tourists, who have no innate fear of falling fronds.
Ocassionally becoming distracted, trying to make sense of tennis. They were introduced in 1959 to control pests. A fascination with tennis was not expected.
I wonder when the practice of introducing species from one part of the world to another as means of pest control or prettification reached its peak. Reading through the Hawaiian Audubon bird guide, it seems that during the fifties this was all the rage, although I know it started long before that.
Back to work.