Nudgee Beach Wetlands
Wildlife Photo-Walk 16th June 2022
I finally got a sunny day to go out and photograph birds, and today I decided to see what birds were about at the Nudgee Beach Wetlands Reserve which is only about 20 minutes north of the Brisbane CBD. Like most places these wetlands can hold an abundance of birds, but whether you se these birds is a different matter. But for me being able to go out and enjoy nature is worth the effort. A photography walk around Nudgee Beach Wetlands Reserve takes about 90 minutes and best times for wildlife is early morning or late afternoon. I’ve also found that most birds are between the beach and the Bird Watching Platform.
I managed to photograph 16 different types of birds on this day, but saw many more birds that were way too high up in the trees to get photos off.
Birds photographed today today at Nudgee Beach Wetlands Reserve:
Australasian figbird, Australian Pied Oystercatcher, Australian White Ibis, Blue-faced Honeyeater, Brown Honeyeater, Butcherbird, Chestnut Teal, Grey Shrikethrush, Little Egret, Little Pied Cormorant, Magpie, Mangrove Gerygone, Noisy Miner, Rufous Whistler, Spangled Drongo, Torresian Crow, White-faced Heron