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, dying after … Continue reading Thermal Imaging Red-tailed Phascogales at Tutanning Nature Reserve
A long weekend in the Wheatbelt Reserves of Western Australia, where with the aid of a thermal imager a few pleasant surprises were found!
Volunteer work with the Project Numbat Group at Dryandra Woodland and Boyagin Nature Reserve results in encounters with two of my favourite marsupials, the striped Numbat and spotted Western Quoll.
Three weekends spent at one of Western Australia's Premier Mammal Watching destinations.
The second of four blogs viewing the mammals of Central and North Queensland with the highlight of this blog a rare encounter with a Mahogany Glider.
A wild winter weekend in the Margaret River Region of Western Australia with excellent wildlife the highlight of which being a close encounter with an Antechinus
A local holiday in the South West of WA discovering the wonderful wildlife of Fitzgerald River NP, Albany, Pemberton and Busselton.
A guide to mammal watching in Western Australia covering hotspots such as Dryandra, Perup and Exmouth.
My first interstate mammal watching trip to one of my favourite destinations, sites covered include Mount Field NP, Maria Island, Mount William NP, Narawntapu NP, Loongana and Cradle Mountain.
A frog that breeds without water, burrows in the sand and looks like a turtle! The wonderful Turtle Frog!