Feather Fascination 2017
Feather Fascination December 2017
… a holiday challenge! Jim presents you with a little quiz to get you thinking … and watching!
Feather Fascination November 2017
… which bird hunts by night and secretively roosts during the day? The Nankeen Night Heron!
Feather Fascination October 2017
… the Black-faced Monarch visits us from the far North and PNG each summer – it’s here now!
Feather Fascination- September 2017
… birds in tunnels? Yes! Striated Pardalotes have very novels ways of breeding and foraging!
Feather Fascination August 2017
… friaries right here in our catchment! – interesting facts about the endearing Noisy Friarbird
Feather Fascination July 2017
… a little-known bird: the distinctive shape, calls and extraordinary foraging behaviour of the Varied Sittella
Feather Fascination June 2017
… nesting right out in the open – the logic behind the Plover’s risk-prone nesting sites!
Feather Fascination May 2017
… bird diversity confirms that conservation efforts are transforming a small park in Brookfield
Feather Fascination April 2017
… read some surprising facts about Blue-faced Honeyeaters!
Feather Fascination March 2017
… Rose-crowned Fruit-doves are very active in our catchment now – keep an eye out to see if you can spot one!
Feather Fascination February 2017
… Jim reflects on the last five years and asks: what would YOU like to see in the next five years?
Feather Fascination January 2017
… learn about the quirky little Chestnut-breasted Mannikin