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Two bush turkey (Alectura lathami) chicks hatched from the pile of mulch in my back garden recently. I took this photograph yesterday in the back garden in Noosa.

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Cassowaries Mating in the Daintree

On very public display at Cooper Creek Wilderness in the Daintree …   Cassowaries mating on Neil Hewett’s back lawn on Wednesday August 1, 2012. If you would like to visit the oldest surviving rainforest on earth and/or learn more about Cooper Creek Wilderness, click here: http://www.ccwild.com

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Lake Eyre, Still Flooding

For the last three autumns, Lake Eyre in central Australia has received runoff from good flooding rains. These photographs were taken by Rhyl as she flew from Quilpie to Birdsville to Lake Eyre in July 2010. And the flood waters are arriving again this year. Wild flowers as a mass of yellow from the air. [...]

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Orange-thighed Tree Frogs: Part 2

Neil Hewett, who lives in the Daintree, posted on Orange-thighed Tree Frogs in October 2007.   That blog post has gathered a couple of recent comments, including from Shane Panton near Coffs Harbour, NSW, claiming to have Orange-thighed frogs mating on his property … http://jennifermarohasy.com/blog/2007/10/orange-thighed-tree-frogs/ And start here with planning for your holiday in North Queensland… [...]

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A Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo and Two Messages for Australian Readers

THIS beautiful bird, a Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo, has been sitting in a tree outside my study perhaps wondering when I am going to refill the bird-feeder with some bird seed.   The few times I have walked outside this afternoon the bird has squarked, perhaps asking me to “fill it!” Meanwhile I have been posting a couple of messages at the [...]

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