Brown Thornbills

While out walking at my usual very slow pace with my camera I try to slow down and notice all the little things that are happening around me. I take delight in finding the normally unseen things, ofte...

Hydromys chrysogaster and 5 Wildlife Watching tips

While at Sundown National park recently, on a quiet morning walk, I was privileged to spend some time watching a water rat as it went about it’s daily activities. The water rat is a native mamma...

Wyaralong Wildlife

Some photos from an early morning paddle on Wyaralong Dam this morning. A kayak makes a great platform for watching water birds and allows you to get much closer than you would be able to on land. &nb...

Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

While exploring the Boonoo Boonoo River recently I was privileged to spend some time watching this pair of Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies (Petrogale penicillata). Not far above the main pools that lie ...

The photos you cant see

I took a walk this morning, on a grey and showery morning, off to a nearby creek. For a couple of hours I wandered along its bank, watching and listening to the life all around me. Occasionally I took...

An early morning paddle

After an unintended hiatus from my kayak since Easter it was nice to get out on the water this morning. There are lots of nests and young birds around. I’ve got my eye on a colony of Little Pied...

Darling Downs Zoo

Who knew there was such a cool zoo so close to us??? Well, I did  but I had never been to the Darling Downs Zoo before. I needed to find a reason to get the kids out of the house during the school ho...

Red Bellied Black snake adventures

I got a message today from a friend who is a snake catcher asking if I wanted to photograph a Red Bellied Black snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus). They are such a beautiful snake and I had been wanted t...

Australasian Darters Part 4

These latest photos are from about a week ago. The babies are all swimming now and developing their flight feathers. They are pretty independent and are getting trickier to find as they are no longer ...

Australasian Darters part 3

These 4 shots were taken about 3 days after the last update so not much has changed, you’ll see the flight feathers are more developed and they are growing quickly. These were taken in the late ...