Your New Favorite Animal: Numbats!
Allow me to introduce the sweetest li'l secret on this fine earth: the NUMBAT. These endangered little marsupials are Australian, adorable, useful (they eat as many as 20,000 termites per day!), and they are also known as Walpurti. Walpurti!
KAP in Bungle Bungle, WA Australia
Bungle Bungle on Google Earth l Bungle Bungle on wikipedia l More info on Purnululu National Park l Free Kite Aerial Photography App on Itunes Store =========================== Kite Aerial Photography Kite :Dan Leigh delta R8 cruiser Camera :Canon S 95 with CHDK Interval mode Rig : AutoKAP Wind : very light thermic wind Line : 130 kg Cousin Trestec Braided dyneema =========================== A very challenging KAP session with very light thermic winds. Slack line at its best when the weight…
Burramoko Ridge, Blue Mountains, NSW.
Only a couple of hours from Sydney in the Blue Mountains near Blackheath, Hanging Rock and Burramoko Ridge offer the kind of incredible wilderness views you'd associate with remote areas of the Rockies.
Eastern quolls, extinct on mainland, to be reintroduced in NSW national park | Focusing on Wildlife
Eastern quolls are set to be released on the Australian mainland, 50 years after they were wiped out by a combination of habitat loss and the spread of