Yegge has arrived! The dry season is here with its cool mornings and blue skies! Nighttime temperatures have been dropping as low as 22 deg Celsius for over a week now. The other morning I was driving through the South Alligator floodplain, right on sunrise. The sun was coming up right behind me, the mist […]
Kakadu National Park is home to both species of Australian crocodile. There is the relatively small and rather timid Freshwater Crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) which is generally considered harmless to humans. “Freshies” thrive on a diet of insects, frogs, fish, crustaceans, generally small stuff they can get down their narrow throat, and are usually found in […]
The native speargrass is standing tall, 3 metres plus in many places! In the savannah woodlands the speargrass is turning from lush-green to dry-golden nuances, while the seeds are change to a ripe dark-brown colour — ready to be ripped off the stalks by the last violent storms of Banggerreng, the outgoing tropical wet season […]
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