Monthly Archive for March, 2012

Saturday snapshot.

New Holland honeyeater in Banksia marginata. Click to enlarge.

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The bush by night.

Time flies, it was just a month since I took the moth light to Mount Angus Creek, and a return visit was indicated. A spectacular Anthelid moth, the Batwing Moth, Chelepteryx collesi flies in March and April, and I’d dearly like to photograph one, so the gear was packed and I headed bush. Dusk is […]

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