No. 22, January 2015
Tassie Devils & the Tarkine ...
very happy New Year from Wildiaries
It's been a beautiful start to 2015 for us, as we got to share time with special guests on our filming and photography trip, in the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Under the expert guidance of Tim Harvey, director of the Sea Turtle Foundation, we created a rare opportunity to photograph nesting turtles. We also learnt image skills from the masterful Jason Edwards, photographer for National Geographic.
Jess Thomas, who came on the trip, says: "I've loved turtles forever and to watch hatchlings explode from nests was the most amazing thing. Then, to observe a wildlife film shoot and spend time learning alongside experts, experiencing the same things with them - on the same level - it was amazing!"
We're now hastily cutting the film and can't wait to show you ... in the mean time, why not take a look at some of the photos appearing on our Facebook page - and please follow us : )
Continuing this tradition of working with the very best guides and revealing amazing wildlife experiences, our next trip is an exclusive chance to join the Wildiaries film team and Bonorong Sanctuary's Greg Irons on a small group Tasmanian wildlife and Tarkine wilderness safari.
Northern Tasmania epitomises 'rare creatures and wild places'. It's the undiscovered part of Tasmania for many Australians. This trip heads off over the ANZAC long weekend in April. We'd love you to join us to 'dine with the devils and quolls', walk in jurassic wilderness, sleep beneath 600 year old trees and discover waterfalls in the million-year-old landscape of the Tarkine.
From the team at Wildiaries, we hope you've also had a great New Year and hope you can join us some time in 2015.