A walk around Oxley Creek Common near Brisbane

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alcatraz
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A walk around Oxley Creek Common near Brisbane

Went to Oxley Creek Common near Brisbane yesterday for the first time. Weather was ordinary, overcast and some rain, but I can see myself returning. Took images of Brown Honeyeaters, Lewins Honeyeaters, White-browed Scrubwren, Figbird, Grey thrush-shrike and juvenile Red-backed wren.

HelloBirdy
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Great variety of birdlife! The location is ranked =36th in the nation for the number of different bird species recorded (204 species) on ebird

Ryu
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Aiming for DSLR-quality shots with a bridge camera

laza
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Great set mate, love the juve Red backed wren

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WhistlingDuck

Lots of nice finds there ... the bown honeyeater is a lovely shot.

Devster
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Nice shots alcatraz. Its a nice spot out at Oxley Common, with a great variety of birds that show up there. Have gotten a few "lifers" from that place. 

alcatraz
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Thanks all. Terrific spot Oxley Creek. Can't wait to get back there.

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