Birds of the Top End Photo Essay with Scott Mason

ByWes WhitworthJanuary 27, 2018
Birds of the Top End Photo Essay with Scott Mason

In Issue 31 of Pat Callinan’s 4X4 Adventures we take a trip through the top end with our very own editor, Scott Mason. In his ‘Birds of the Top End’ photo essay we get to see a number of the native bird life that inhabits the northern end of our beautiful continent.

From the Blue Winged Kookaburra, which is endemic to the north and quite easy to spot due to it’s bright blue wing feathers, to the Rainbow Bee-eater, the Comb-crested Jacana and the stunning Sacred Kingfisher, Scott has managed to capture many northern species in the wild.

Scott also includes seven of his top bird-watching tips and what is impacting the population of the top end birds. The Birds of the Top End photo essay is an in-depth walk-through of the stunning avian life in the Top End. This is absolutely something you want to have a look at before planning a trip up north.

You can find the whole issue at your local newsagents, plus it’s available for download on your computer or tablet via our very own app here.