A walk around Oxley Creek Common near Brisbane

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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.

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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

Aiming for DSLR-quality shots with a bridge camera

laza's picture

Great set mate, love the juve Red backed wren

Dont take life too seriously, it never ends well


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

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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. 

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

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