Treeswift Wildlife & Nature
Treeswift Wildlife & Nature was first dreamt up in early 2019. Beginning with wildlife watching tours and photography classes, the organisation was put on hold as Covid-19 began to rock the globe, closing borders, rescheduling tours, and putting a hold on wildlife watching.
After persevering through lockdowns and travel bans, Treeswift Wildlife finally kicked back into gear at the end 2021, more ready than ever. Now settled in Australia’s second largest city, Treeswift Wildlife is helping people get back in touch with nature, running outings for mammals, birds, flora, fungi, wildlife photography tours, and everything in between.
Supported by a rock-solid and passionate team of guides and local experts, Treeswift Wildlife & Nature has an exciting journey ahead and hopes that you can be a part of it.
wild·life watch·er | \ ˈwä-chər ˈwī(-ə)l(d)-ˌlīf
Definition of ‘Wildlife Watcher’
1 : a person who observes, searchers, or identifies wild animals in their habitats
Examples of wildlife watcher in a Sentence
// Ever since his first trip to Uganda, Christopher knew that he was a wildlife watcher.
// Only wildlife watchers would be mad enough to go into the rainforest at night in order to search for frogmouths.
Treeswift Wildlife & Nature would like to acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we travel. We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.
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