By ANNE WILKINSON
It has been a week of what I can only call coincidences and discoveries.
Take the coincidence first, though I guess in fact it is more a confirmation of what we – and wildwatchers everywhere – have always known.
It happened at a Christmas party. We were admiring the view across paddocks to the distant mountains from the large, rambling and very beautiful garden where the party was being held. Dusk was falling and the last birds were hastening to their roosts while bats were beginning to emerge and swoop after insects.
PATIENCE: Sitting, quietly watching the water below a pond at Coquette Point for something edible, this little kingfisher, Australia’s smallest, provided a wonderful subject for Yvonne Cunningham’s camera.
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heritage listed Cassowary Coast in Far North Queensland.
- stop the plan for an intrusive breakwater