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Old 10-13-2016, 04:45 AM
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Question Identifying Trees - What is this?

I didn't know where to put this thread, sorry if its not in the right place.

I am searching for some branches/twigs for my budgies to use and I would love to know what type of tree this is on the picture below so I can search whether it is safe for my birds to use or not. I'm not able to take a closer photo of it as its pretty tall and I'm using my iPad to take photos. The tree itself is located at a neighbour's property/backyard right next to my place (plus there is a wall/fence around it) so I'm not able to get a closer picture of the bark/main body. Please help me identify this one tree. I'm sorry its blurry. Tell me below if you need a better photo of something. I'll try my best to take it again but this is as best as I can get. Thank you.

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I am going to post some more types of trees tomorrow (as my school has a ton of trees and it's very good) so I hope there will be someone here to help me.
I can't find any people online that knows a lot about types of trees and I can't find a good website.
Please tell me whether you know at least a bit about trees or any links/really good websites or people online who knows about this stuff.
I can't go to a plant nursery thingy so.. ><

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Old 10-13-2016, 05:21 AM
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It reminds me of a Jacaranda at our old place, but as we have moved I can't take a look and check for you....
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It reminds me of a Jacaranda at our old place, but as we have moved I can't take a look and check for you....
Thank you so much!
I searched up some more images of Jacaranda trees and it is the same! I also asked my mum whether the tree here had dropped/featured some purple flowers and she said yes.

I was wondering whether what type of this tree would be? It's alright if you don't know!

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It would really be better for you to contact a School or University with a botany professor for assistance.

I'm sure there are people on the forum that will try to assist you with identification.

Please keep in mind there more of a risk for your budgie when you ask for assistance to identify trees or other plants only from a picture on-line.
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The plant in your second lot of pictures is an Oleander and these plants are poisonous not only to animals but also to humans.
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Thank you for providing that VERY important information Kate.
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The plant in your second lot of pictures is an Oleander and these plants are poisonous not only to animals but also to humans.
Thank you so much Kate for that vital information!
I'll definitely make sure not to get that!
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Last tree I'd like to have identified below.
I'll research further more and definitely double check the type of tree and if any part is toxic.

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My friends say it's a gum/eucalyptus tree.
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The last tree is a Eucalypt or Gum Tree and is perfectly safe for birds.
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The last tree is a Eucalypt or Gum Tree and is perfectly safe for birds.
Thank you so so much for your help Kate!
Great to know!
Would it be okay to pick a large branch/twig off the ground (like get a part of the Eucalyptus tree fb ranch from the last photo) or is it not a good idea as there would be insects and such crawling off the ground and into the branch?
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