New Trip Report: Australia – New South Wales south coast and Victoria’s East Gippsland
A new report from Dion Hobcroft with some nice mammals including a very rare Long-footed Potoroo.
South Coast NSW and Gippsland, 2020: Dion Hobcroft, 1 week & 20 species including White-footed Dunnart, Yellow-bellied Glider and Long-footed Potoroo.
Hi Dion Really interesting report! I’m in the UK but have visited the far south coast of NSW a few times to visit family when I was younger. It was before I was into mammals so I’ve only seen the macropods at Potato Point. Hoping to get out there to see the family perhaps next year (if “things” improve…) and will defo give spotlighting a go for some more interesting beasties.
The spot you mention near Narooma referred to as “Kiandra Rainforest Walk” – is that the same as the Box Cutting Rainforest Walk on the road to Kianga? I think Kiandra is way inland in Kosciuszko NP?!
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Interesting to read your report Dion. Its a part of Australia I’ve yet to travel to. What thermal camera are you using?