Monthly Archives: November 2006

Heading to Cairns

I’m flying to Cairns tomorrow on uni business for a week, then driving down to Mackay and spending a week or two hunting for a threatened snake species. I’ll return somewhere around December 6.

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Twitching with Paul Ehrlich

I went bird watching this morning with Professor Paul Ehrlich and some people from uni. Paul was this year’s SIB Visiting Scholar. We took him birdwatching to try to get some ticks on his Australian list.

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Elanda Point

This weekend we were up at Elanda Point, in the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park. Alecia’s studying the social behaviour of a mob of eastern grey kangaroos up there. Apart from all the roos, we saw a … Continue reading

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More frogging with K-ris

I went frogging with K-ris again at his Mt Mee site. Lots of frogs again, and I managed to get some decent photos of a snake, unlike last time. Please note: this post contains images of road kill. An azure … Continue reading

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