South Australia is not among Australia's finest mammal watching destinations. SA is almost entirely arid, or semi-arid, making mammal watching a challenge and most of the interesti
Queensland probably offers Australia's best mammal watching and is one of the great ecotourist destinations in the world...
The Northern Territory is big, hot and for the most part empty of people. A good portion of the woodland across the top half of the territory burns each dry season, and spends mont
New South Wales
Australia’s most populous state, and home to Sydney, the nation’s de facto capital, New South Wales has a variety of habitat from subtropical rainforest, through montane Antarc
Australian Capital Territory
Canberra the ' bush capital' has good numbers of mammals living in and around the city centre. Eastern Grey Kangaroos are easy to see in many places – they are in just about any
I haven't been to Antarctica yet, but I've included community reports from those that have.
I've wanted to see a wild Babirusa for as long as I can remember, so when Coke Smith told me he was planning to spend Christmas 2012 mammal watching in Sulawesi it didn't take me l
The Australasian Ecozone Australasia. Home to Dunnarts and dunnies, flying doctors and flying foxes, and far more than its fair share of the world’s most venmous creatures. T