O'Reilly's logo is a stylised male Regent Bower Bird. The first and last images today are of this stunning bird. The males only develop this plumage at around 5 years, before which they look very similar to this female, seen here perched on the guest-house roof, and scraping squashed fig from the drive-way. This male builds a most rudimentary bower, but does help with the raising of the young. Metrosexual, if you will.
This splendid bower was created by the male Satin Bower Bird, who becomes this deep blue at about 7 years of age. He is the one with the blue fetish. The female, high in the tree here, is hiding her light green back and highly scalloped breast. He reckons that his elaborate courtship makes up for the fact that he does absolutely nothing else to raise the young.
The bower is for courtship only. Eggs are laid in a nest much higher up, often in Hoop Pines. I have not seen a Green Catbird yet, which is another type of Bower Bird.