To me, bower birds are the most intriguing of birds. The male seems to spend his spring constructing a “bower” on the ground, hence it’s name. The structures they make from sticks can be incredibly sophisticated. These bowers are not a nest, but simply a show-off; a way of attracting a female. The satin bower […]
A short walk around the Habitat today revealed all sorts of wildlife and natural sights. keeping quiet and looking carefully about we saw a female koala perhaps with a joey in her pouch?? a Sacred kingfisher, two Tawny Frogmouths guarding a nest. […]
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If we want to have koalas in Port Stephens in our future, a vital part is maintaining the "koala corridors" hereabouts so that koalas can have a sustainable habitat in which to live. Come and support the effort by joining in the guided walk on Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less
Mambo Wetland walk and sausage sizzle
October 22, 2016, 10:00am
Mambo Wetlands guided walk and sausage sizzle. Come and explore the Mambo Wetlands and find out what's in the middle!