I have over a month of images queued as usual, with images taken from Perth Zoo and Caversham Wildlife Park. (I am considering diversifying my sources a bit from just those two places. Honest.)
Coming up in June you can expect sleepy woylies, quokkas out of focus, pampered bettongs, surprisingly large cuckoos, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAs, possums doing what possums do, quolls, bilbies who really like their food, evil lorikeets, tired wombats, quolls, curious perenties, echidnas, shirty owls, quolls, helpful parrots, kangaroos who just want to know why, shifty koalas, shiftier kookaburras and angelic emus. Also quolls. The photos will often be captioned with Interesting Facts and Tidbits, including a very small amount of local Indigenous culture but only what’s appropriate for a wadjala to mention – local Indigenous words for the subject of the photograph and links to further material from Noongar people themselves. There will be no tellings of Dreamtime/lore stories from me: not my culture, not my privilege.
Special events include Chuditch Week in the middle of June and right at the beginning of July i’ve scheduled something so cute it will give you all eye diabetes.
And to all the followers of this photo blog and the many likers/rebloggers of the photographs: thank you! It’s been lovely to have you along. 🙂