When a female emperor gum moth crashed in my window with a thud one evening I took the opportunity to make some photos of this stunning moth, and to do a little science experiment. No moths were harmed in the making of these photos.
Category: Behind the camera
New photos of a stunningly beautiful red-footed booby — a very rare vagrant to New Zealand.
A spur-winged plover family at a local, and very public pond presented a great opportunity to photograph this often wary and aggressive species without adding stress at this sensitive time.
It’s spring time, so that means it’s tui time! Kowhai is in peak blossom around here and tui love it. On Friday I went out to try to improve on the hundreds of tui photos I already have, and I came away with one of my favourites to date.
New photos of Shore skinks, another species of native lizard from Burgess Island (Mokohinau Islands).