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Unidentified Coralloid fungus, markedly branched (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL Grevillea sp. (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL Unidentified Plant (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL Unidentified Plant (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL Pachycephala pectoralis (Golden Whistler) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL Cygnus atratus (Black Swan) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL Morus serrator (Australasian Gannet) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus (TBC) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL Haematopus fuliginosus (Sooty Oystercatcher) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL Morus serrator (Australasian Gannet) at Triabunna, TAS - 20 Apr 2018 by JimL Unidentified Fish (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 20 Apr 2018 by JimL Thylogale billardierii (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Unidentified Crab (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Petroica phoenicea (Flame Robin) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Platycercus caledonicus (Green Rosella) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Larus pacificus (Pacific Gull) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Thinornis rubricollis (Hooded Plover) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL Epthianura albifrons (White-fronted Chat) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL Cereopsis novaehollandiae (Cape Barren Goose) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL Unidentified Fossil / Geological Feature (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL Aquila audax (Wedge-tailed Eagle) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL Vombatus ursinus (Common Wombat, Bare-nosed Wombat) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Coralloid fungus, markedly branched (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL
Grevillea sp. (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Plant (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Plant (TBC) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL
Pachycephala pectoralis (Golden Whistler) at Mount Field, TAS - 25 Apr 2018 by JimL
Cygnus atratus (Black Swan) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL
Morus serrator (Australasian Gannet) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL
Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus (TBC) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL
Haematopus fuliginosus (Sooty Oystercatcher) at South Bruny, TAS - 23 Apr 2018 by JimL
Morus serrator (Australasian Gannet) at Triabunna, TAS - 20 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Fish (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 20 Apr 2018 by JimL
Thylogale billardierii (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Crab (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Petroica phoenicea (Flame Robin) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Platycercus caledonicus (Green Rosella) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Larus pacificus (Pacific Gull) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Thinornis rubricollis (Hooded Plover) at Triabunna, TAS - 19 Apr 2018 by JimL
Epthianura albifrons (White-fronted Chat) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
Cereopsis novaehollandiae (Cape Barren Goose) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
Unidentified Fossil / Geological Feature (TBC) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
Aquila audax (Wedge-tailed Eagle) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
Vombatus ursinus (Common Wombat, Bare-nosed Wombat) at Triabunna, TAS - 18 Apr 2018 by JimL
JimL

Jack of Trades, Master of Some… Been keen and interested in all things environment for a very long time. Pursuing interests in wildlife photography. The thrill of the hunt for that elusive photograph. The time to watch, listen and learn behaviours, movements and sounds. Is also relaxation from other things. More than happy sharing the imagery for the greater good and need for expanding scientific knowledge.

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  • 26 Nov 2016

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