A mad two week dash to the Kimberley to revisit the remote Mitchell Plateau, followed by some chill time in Kununurra hanging with Rock Wallabies
Author: Quolling Around - Australian Wildlife and Bushwalking
Australian Lizards – Herping the Thorny Devil
A drive into the wide open spaces of Western Australia turns up a Thorny Devil hotspot and other cool reptile species.
Fitzgerald River NP – Honey Possums and Banksias.
A weekend on Western Australia's stunning South Coast photographing banksias turns up incredible encounters with many amazing and ancient Honey Possums.
Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 4 of 4 – Bell Gorge – Olive Python.
Part 4 of the Kimberley Odyssey includes an encounter with one of Australia's largest Snakes.
Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 3 of 4 – Mount Hart Station – Northern Quoll.
Part 3 of the Kimberley Odyssey revisits the wonderful Quolls of Dolorite Gorge while the Cane Toad front is only kilometres away.
Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 2 of 4 – Windjana Gorge – Freshwater Crocodile.
Part 2 of the Kimberley Odyssey including Crocodiles, Pythons, Ghost Bats and Rock Wallabies seen at the fabulous Kimberley sites of Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek.
Kimberley Wildlife 2020 – Part 1 of 4 – Heading North – Rothschild Rock Wallaby.
Part 1 of a 4 part Kimberley Odyssey includes a visit to mystical Dorre Island, and the culmination of a 3 year search to photograph a Rothschild Rock Wallaby
Thermal Imaging Red-tailed Phascogales at Tutanning Nature Reserve
Wiilman Country Red-tailed Phascogales are a miniscule dasyurid now restricted to remnant bushland in the West Australian Wheatbelt. The habitat in which it is found is She-oak woodland associated with a mixture of Wandoo and/or Powderbark. In common with other small dasyurids, males of the species don't quite make it to one year of age, … Continue reading Thermal Imaging Red-tailed Phascogales at Tutanning Nature Reserve
Urban Wildlife of Perth Over Covid-19 Lockdown.
Wildlife of the Perth Metro area seen over a 47 day regional lockdown during the Covid-19 crisis.
Wildlife of the West Australian Wheatbelt.
A long weekend in the Wheatbelt Reserves of Western Australia, where with the aid of a thermal imager a few pleasant surprises were found!