At least one of the Crimson Rosella chicks has had a good look at the world today from the safety of 'home'. On two or three occasions a chick would sit halfway out of the birdhouse, surveying the world, whilst the parents sat in the tree within easy reach. We expect them to venture out of the box in the next day or two - whether it's by design or accident, who knows? We're almost certain there are only two live chicks as we can only hear two of them chirping.
A wattle bird has been a mite too inquisitive lately, flying in very close to the box and annoying the parent birds. We're not sure if it will be a danger to the chicks. Our big concern is a stray cat who thinks it has visiting rights; fortunately it has a bell, which we can hear if we're in the vicinity.