More wildlife in Surry Hills

27 Jan

rainbow.jpgThe great Port Jackson fig overhanging the traffic in Elizabeth Street (which could be a worry one day) was alive with lorikeets this morning, screeching and darting, occasionally crashing into windows, and all this just a few minutes from Sydney’s Central Station.

It is not unusual to see lorikeets in the inner city — in East Redfern PK is regularly visited by them in his Housing Department tower block — but perhaps the drought has driven them east in greater numbers this year?

The picture comes from an excellent site: Greg Holland & Leon Keasey Bird Photos.


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Posted by on January 27, 2007 in Aussie interest, Observations, Surry Hills


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