I’ve just uploaded a new report from Matthew and Maureen Steer’s world trip. We spent two weeks in Western Australia, driving up to Shark Bay and then around the south-west forests. After that we spent four weeks exploring the South Island of New Zealand for amazing scenery and aquatic mammals. Returning to Australia we spent ten days on Tasmania, then two weeks driving from Melbourne to Adelaide. We spent six days in the red centre around Alice Springs. Amongst this we were also in and around Sydney for eight days. We saw a total of 42 native mammals and 8 invasive/feral species over the twelve weeks.
Some of the highlights include Tiger and Western Quolls and a Brush-tailed Phascogale.