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Whiporie cockatoos captured in flight

Yellow tailed black cockatoos at Whiporie
Yellow tailed black cockatoos at Whiporie Diane Lymbury

DIANE Lymbury snapped this photo of two yellow tailed black cockatoos at Whiporie and shared it to The Northern Star's Facebook page in time for Friday's Photo of the Day vote.

Diane's photo was runner-up in Friday's poll, pulling 27% of the vote. (The winner, Wayne Day's image of a python at Broadwater beach, was used in Saturday's paper). Diane has become one of our regulars in Photo of the Day with some beautiful landscapes and bird photos contributed over the past few weeks.

Photo of the Day is celebrates the beauty of the Northern Rivers and the talent of the region's photographers.

As well as appearing here, the Photo of the Day appears on Page 2 of our print edition, as the cover photo on our Facebook page and forms part of an expanding gallery, which you can see below.

To contribute one of your own images to Photo of the Day, simply head to our Facebook page and share it.

We're really spoiled with tomorrow's Photo of the Day. We have five images to choose from and every one of them is just outstanding. Have a look at them and pick your favourite in our poll below. You can see bigger versions of the images in this gallery or by clicking the gallery link above the thumbnails.

Voting closes at noon.

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