Images to promote our natural world
Catching Elephant is a theme by Andy Taylor
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Pill Millipede (Glomerida) on Flickr.
Dead Leaf Mantis (Deroplatys lobata) on Flickr.
Camera Trap is back!
Willie Wagtail (Rhipidura leucophrys) on Flickr.
Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops sp.) on Flickr.
Love dolphins! Wish I could have as much fun as them in the ocean.
Black Flying Fox (Pteropus alecto) on Flickr.
Hangin about in the mangroves!
Kondalilla falls, Montville, Queensland on Flickr.
A set of Beautiful waterfalls in SE Queensland
Noisy Friar Bird (Philemon corniculatus) on Flickr.
Bizarre looking birds that make a sound that will forever remind me of Stradbroke isalnd. As sexy.action.planet pointed out, it looks like a villain from a disney film!
Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus) on Flickr.
One of the more medium sized raptors to be found in eastern Australia, the Brahminy Kite is also a bird of prey that can fish!
Bottlenose dolphin pod (Tursiops sp.) on Flickr.
Witnessed this pod surfing in the waves from Point lookout, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland.
Grey Kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) and Red Necked Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) on Flickr.
Grey Kangaroos and Red-necked Wallabies can often be found grazing in mixed species herds like these.
Mount Mee, South-east Queensland on Flickr.
Strange blue river winding through Mt Mee, South-east Queensland.
White-faced Heron (Egretta novaehollandiae) on Flickr.
Common and relatively small heron found throughout Australasia in fresh brackish and salty aquatic habitats.
Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus haematodus) on Flickr.
Up close, these are probably the most beautiful bird I’ve ever seen