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

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!

Radio Tracking Gilbert’s Potoroo at Mt Manypeaks.

Volunteering with parks and wildlife to monitor the world's rarest marsupial, Gilbert's Potoroo, on Western Australia's stunning Southern coastline.

Project Numbat Dig Surveys – Spots and Stripes at Dryandra Woodland.

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.

The Honey Possum and the Banksia.

A close and long awaited experience with the diminutive West Australian endemic, the remarkable Honey Possum!

Wildlife and Rare Marsupials of Perup Nature Reserve

Three weekends spent at one of Western Australia's Premier Mammal Watching destinations.

Queensland Wildlife 2019 – Part 4 of 4 – The Northern Tablelands and Cape York Peninsula – Rainforest Frogs, Pythons and the Enchanting Cuscus!

This the final of four blogs viewing the mammals of Central and North Queensland, with the highlight being encounters with both species of Cuscus on the beautiful Cape York Peninsula.