Tag Archives: Mountain Brushtail Possum

Thermal imaging try-out

I was lucky enough to be able to borrow a FLIR thermal imaging camera for a night, last November. I didn’t go far, just in the bush around the house. The experience of walking just with the FLIR, without a … Continue reading

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Creatures of the night, at least last night…

The tall forest of Narrow-leaf Peppermint, MannaGum and Victorian Blue Gum on Boundary Hill support a variety of nocturnal vertebrates. Swamp Wallabies, or Black-tailed Wallabies (Wallabia bicolour) are among the most conspicuous mammals of the forest and adjacent pasture/grassland. Mountain … Continue reading

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