life of plenty …

Excellent conditions this wet season brings out the poor cousins of butterflies and other associated predators.


Grub from a species of Rhinoceros beetle from the garden

Out in the field or at home, nature carries on. Here a Sea Eagle on Cable Beach gently wafts along the top of the beach, where turtles eggs are due to hatch, at signs marked along the beach.

2017-01-16-17-34-30-3Not only do Monitor Lizard’s thrive in bush, but here a baby found it’s way into my bedroom:

2017-01-23-11-54-36Probably waiting for the moths:

2017-01-22-10-44-41 2017-01-22-10-45-44 2017-01-23-11-40-30-3lizzie paired

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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