Friday, June 22, 2012
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Monday, June 11, 2012
Thursday, June 07, 2012
A lot of the Australasian robins we saw habitually cling sideways on tree trunks. The endemic Grey-headed was a classic example. Odd innit?
Scrubwren species (not sure if Atherton or Large-billed or something in between?)
This is a fungus which looks like paint (I forget its name)
Between Jabiru and Rose Gums we met up with the unbelievably knowledgable Alan Gillanders (of Alan's Wildlife Tours) at the Platypus Viewing Platform and explored the area, seeing such wonderful birds as the Golden Bowerbird near the bower.
Posted by Mike Weedon at 11:07 AM
Parrots coming to the amazing feeders on the balcony of this wonderful site set in the heart of the forest. Meanwhile, a Musky Rat-kangaroo was trying to dodge Australian Brush-turkeys on the feeders on the other side.
Posted by Mike Weedon at 9:11 AM
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Bats at the centre. Anyone know the species?
The famous two-headed Emu
We stayed at the delightful Jabiru Safari Lodge with Neil and Liz and Carol Isles took us out birding.
Posted by Mike Weedon at 8:57 AM