J – Joshua tree and jabiru
Whilst spending three months driving around many states of America, I came across the Joshua tree in California. This was near the Mojave Desert and Las Vegas. It is not actually a tree but is in fact a succulent or cactus. Many animals rely on the plant.
The jabiru or black necked stork is found in northern Australia. I have seen it a couple of times when visiting Kakadu National Park. But I haven’t been close enough to take a good photo of it, so this time I have included a sign that shows the jabiru instead.
I loved visiting Joshua Tree – that said, we did manage to get our 42′ fifth wheel trailer stuck in the sand and had to call a tow truck.
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