Monthly Archives: November 2008

Days 2 & 3 – Warrumbungle National Park

We left Mudgee and headed towards Warrumbungle National Park. Along the way we saw an eastern long-necked turtle on the side of the road.

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Day 1 – Sydney to Mudgee

Today I embarked on an Australian odyssey. I met a friend of mine, Richard Reams, at Sydney Airport and we headed off to pick up our rental car. After getting lost in Sydney for about an hour, we finally made … Continue reading

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Dryandra Woodland – revisited – revisited

Yesterday’s post reminded me to look up some information on the small, striped, squirrel-like creatures I saw running around Dryandra. Turns out they’re not Indian palm squirrels that have escaped from Perth zoo. They are, in fact, native animals called … Continue reading

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Dryandra Woodland – revisited

At the end of October I went over to the TDWG (the international organisation for biodiversity information standards) 2008 conference. The conference was a great success and a fantastic networking opportunity. There was, however, a distinct lack of reptiles at … Continue reading

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