In the Big Backyard: Saving the Brown Treecreeper
Eucalyptus forests from Cape York to southern Victoria and eastern South Australia are home to another early breeder, the Brown Treecreeper.
The plumage of these birds may not look as spectacular as that of lorikeets or Superb Fairy Wrens, but their social life is truly remarkable.
Rainbow Bee-eater loves to eat bees
What is your signal that spring has finally sprung? A good one is the arrival of flocks of Rainbow Bee-eaters in southern Australia
If Bee-eaters are around your area and you’re in the south of Australia, you can enjoy their company until April next year, when they will again head off to chase the endless summer up north, in warmer areas.
Tawny Frogmouths Filling their Bellies on Creepy-Crawlies
Warm summer nights are alive with bugs, including the little loved cockroach, racing around your verandah.
What makes our skin crawl makes another one’s tummy rumble. The elusive Tawny Frogmouth is now fattening up for winter, when many insects hibernate.