Weather conditions can affect the amount of birds you see on any given day and on overcast cool days birds seem likely to move about, This is what I encountered this morning has I walked around Sandstone Lakes, but I still enjoyed walking around this lake. Sandstone Lakes located in Ningi, close to Bribie Island and about an hour’s drive from Brisbane, and holds a variety of wildlife that call the lake and its surrounding bushland reserve home. A photography walk around the lake takes about 90 minutes and best times for wildlife is early morning or late afternoon.
23 different types of birds photographed today at Sandstone Lakes:
Australasian Darter, Australasian Swamphen, Australian White Ibis, Brown Honeyeater, Dusky Moorhen, Little Corella, Little Pied Cormorant, Noisy Friarbird, Peaceful Dove, Fairy-wrens, Australasian Grebe, Blue-faced Honeyeater, Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike, Spangled Drongo, Lewin's Honeyeater, Magpie, Rainbow Lorikeet, Rufous Whistler, Grey Fantail, Silvereye, Varied Triller, Olive-backed Oriole, Little Wattlebird,