Further along magpie lark creek

I decided to head back to a trail I once religiously exercised along near Bulimba Creek. I often trekked the route before six in the morning. After that time, Brisbane’s summers were just too hot.

Carindale Recreational Reserve
One of the many gum trees lining the route

While squiggly gum trees still lined the path giving off their eucalyptus aroma, there was a lack of magpie larks, or peewees as we called them. Instead ibis seemed to have taken over, not just in Carindale Recreational Reserve where I followed the trail, but I noticed them everywhere in Brisbane

One of the many ibis I spotted that I don’t remember ever seeing while growing up

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