ANZ 5: Brisbane birds

A walk across the University of Queensland campus, and then a walk round suburban Brisbane (Indooroopilly, Chelmer, Yeerongpilly, Dutton Park), revealed the a good selection of birds, some of them shown here: pelican, egret, darter (I think), cockatoo, cormorant, butcherbird, and scrub turkey.

Brisbane birds

As well as birds, there was a fine display of flowering trees and vines: the jacaranda is past its best, but the poinciana was wonderful, and there were flame trees, frangipani, bougainvillea, and many others of which I don’t know the names. Here is a small taster.

Flowering trees


About Peter Cameron

I count all the things that need to be counted.
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