Bush Bites

Over the years our members have accumulated some wonderful photos and heart-warming stories about our Catchment. This section of our website is dedicated to telling those stories and sharing the thoughts and experiences of our members.
                            

We hope you enjoy these tales,
which highlight the amazing
diversity of our catchment.
(image courtesy of Ed Frazer)


Ever feel like you're being watched? - Chris Read

Do you ever feel you are being watched? Hanging out in the bush, I often do! Sometimes I look around and see a Swamp Wallaby staring from the.. Read more about Ever feel like you're being watched? - Chris Read

Tuans - Ed Frazer

In addition to photographing the birds on my property I have a number of photos of mammals. Some are little known. The Tuan (Brush-tailed Phascogale) .. Read more about Tuans - Ed Frazer

A different sort of blowfly - Ed Frazer

Blowflies are not my favorite photography subject! When one with a bright yellow head and huge compound eyes showed up I took this photo - there.. Read more about A different sort of blowfly - Ed Frazer

Under the Mistletoe - Ed Frazer

Note: This article is a never ending story! It commences with an article Ed wrote in July 2017. Scroll down to see the original article. Early .. Read more about Under the Mistletoe - Ed Frazer

Birds in tunnels - the Striated Pardalote - Ed Frazer

It has been an interesting exercise getting photos of Striated Pardalotes breeding in their tunnel in the embankment on my property during August 2017.. Read more about Birds in tunnels - the Striated Pardalote - Ed Frazer

Fairy wrens - by Ed Frazer

The presence of Fairy-wrens breeding on a property is always an indicator that there is good habitat as they are one of the first groups of birds to m.. Read more about Fairy wrens - by Ed Frazer

Photography tips from Ed

It's the time of year to start thinking about the Moggill Creek Catchment Photo Competition. I thought the standard last year was terrific. Th.. Read more about Photography tips from Ed

Ticks - by Ed Frazer with a note from Gordon Grigg

Last year after I had been in our bush taking photos I found I had a tick just above my ear. Not uncommon for me. I must have had dozens, even hundred.. Read more about Ticks - by Ed Frazer with a note from Gordon Grigg