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Melbourne By Night Trip Report – June 23rd 2022

Here’s a trip report from our weekly Melbourne By Night: Nocturnal Tour – 23rd June 2022. This evening we would be exploring some of the scrubby bushland and creek habitat located in Melbourne’s outer eastern suburbs, not far from the Dandenong Valley Wetlands system. Joining Treeswift Wildlife was a group of great local wildlife lovers, …

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Noel Campana: Douc In Danger – Fighting Against Extinction

Treeswift Wildlife: Hi Noel and welcome to Treeswift Wildlife & Nature. We’re thrilled and excited to be speaking with you today all about your project DOUC IN DANGER. But before we get into all of that, can you first tell us all about yourself? Who are you, where are you from, and all that! Noel Campana: I …

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Sherbrooke Forest – Trip Report

Last Friday, Treeswift Wildlife & Nature led one of our Wet Forest Day Tours to the stunning Dandenong Ranges National Park located approximately 40km east of Melbourne. We were accompanied by Trương, Linh, and Phan, who were hoping to photograph some of Australia’s rainforest specialties. Today’s targets included Crimson Rosella, Gang-gang Cockatoo, Australian King Parrot, …

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Yarra Ranges Spotlighting Trip Report – April 2022

Tonight we were joined by local couple Alison and Liam for one of our ‘Yarra Ranges: Nocturnal Adventure‘ tours. After a rocky start crossing through the Friday night traffic, we made it into the foothills of this spectacular mountain forest area. Even at night, this is one of Victoria’s most spectacular wild places, particularly within …

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MadSadSharks: Instagram Meets Conservation

Treeswift Wildlife: There are many things we’re passionate about at Treeswift Wildlife & Nature – and one of those things, is the opportunity to meet with people from all around the world. Today, we meet with Meg from Sludgework to discuss her latest project, MadSadSharks – a new graphic design page that promotes conservation through anthropomorphic …

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