The Wineglass Bay Cruise is a great way to see the wonders of the Freycinet National Park from a unique perspective. The highlight is of course the wonderful geology of the area – the granite cliffs and sandy beaches that make this National Park such a great place to visit and explore… Read more →
The Raptor Refuge have again released a fighting fit young Wedge Tailed Eagle into the wild. Another successful raptor release yesterday, fulfilling the Refuge’s motto of “helping them soar again” out in the bushland and rolling hills of the Southern Midlands near Colebrook… Read more →
The Devils@Cradle Wildlife Park up at Cradle Mountain is a great place to visit and learn about Tasmania’s unique “carnivorous marsupials” – the well known Tasmanian Devil and the slightly less well known quoll species.
The Tasmanian Devil needs no introduction and spotting one is usually very high on a visitors list of things to do in Tasmania… Read more →
This young Tasmanian masked owl is the newest resident at the Raptor Refuge in Tasmania. Named “Montgomery”, the 2 month old is growing daily into his adult form, and these images capture the last of his youthful “fluff” which is giving way to reveal the common colouring of the adult Masked Owl… Read more →
The Raptor Refuge released a young and fighting fit White Bellied Sea Eagle the other day. After being found a little dazed and confused but with no serious injuries this young eagle only needed a couple of days to regain his strength and be on his way… Read more →
On Sunday August 2, I will be running a raptor photography workshop at the Raptor Refuge in southern Tasmania.
The Raptor Refuge is a working refuge and rehabilitation centre for Tasmania’s magnificent raptors rather than a zoo or wildlife park and is therefore not open to the public on a regular basis… Read more →
Today I was privileged to photograph a White Bellied Sea Eagle release off Bruny Island. The event was the result of 9 weeks of hard work by Craig Webb, of the Raptor Refuge, who found the injured raptor near Cloudy Bay a couple of months ago… Read more →
The Tasmanian Devil is without a doubt Tasmania’s most well known critter. Seeing (and photographing) them in the wild is a tough ask as not only are they nocturnal, but their numbers have been massively diminished in the wild due to a terrible cancer-like disease known as Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) which is fatal to all devils that catch it… Read more →
I will be presenting a workshop over 2 days with wildlife artist Katherine Cooper at the Raptor Refuge on the weekend of April 18 & 19, 2015. The Raptor Refuge is not open to the public so this is a very unique opportunity to spend an extended period of time here, meeting “Raptor Man” Craig Webb, and discussing and practicing photography and painting with myself and Katherine… Read more →
Wildlife artist Katherine Cooper and I are presenting another edition of our “Raptor Reflections” art and photography workshop at Tasmania’s Raptor Refuge.
The workshop is a very unique opportunity to see the inner workings of this working refuge for Tasmania’s endangered raptors… Read more →