Currawong

Outing #41: Back to civilization

New sunglasses, a newly cleaned campsite and a new woman telling me to hurry-up and end the camping silliness and return to her.

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Outing #39: The Confident Currawong

Broeski’s back around the tent, making going for water difficult, and a Currawong who likes to flirt with death.

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #14 – Final day

Bower Bird nest.

A FEATHERED FAREWELL   THE GIANT STAIRCASE   BLUE

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #14 – Day 9

(Sunday 23-November-2014) @9:02am Owing to the 35°C day we have on the way, I’ve decided to spend the day at the creek. A cool stream of air drifts down through the rainforest there, like natural air-conditioning. I have to get water anyway, but rather than walking back I’ll just pull-up a price of dirt in […]

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #14 – Day 8

(Saturday 22-November-2014) @… ….

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Rainforest Life: Outing #10 – Day 2

(Left-to-right: Adult male Lyrebird, Fence Skink, Common Brush-tailed Possum, Pied Currawong) Uploaded (Sunday 21-September-2014) @12:14pm Unbelievable how well you sleep out here. It’s like some kind of natural sedative: the Sun sets, you eat, lay down and before you know it your eyes start getting heavier each hour that passes. Next thing, you start dropping […]

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