White Ibis in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

White Ibis nesting, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

White Ibis nesting, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

Our holiday in New South Wales

September 2007

White Ibises are one of the most apparent species of wildlife living in the grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney. After the Grey-headed Flying Foxes that is. The Ibis seem to be everywhere when we visited in September 2007. And they were extremely noisy, squabbling in the trees overhead. It was nesting time with quite a few of them carrying sticks to add to their nests. The arguing seemed to be over who was going to occupy each nesting area.

People wanting a restful and relaxing day at the gardens would have been wise to choose another, quieter section of the park during Ibis nesting season.

White Ibis nesting, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

White Ibis nesting, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

 

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