Butterflies are the obvious day-flying Lepidoptera, but there are actually lots more moths that fly in the daytime.Read More
These birds are perhaps familiar to many of us, and highly recognisable. So it may come as a surprise that the species is rated as Vulnerable in NSW.
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Most orchids in our region are terrestrial and deciduous - that is, they grow in the ground and emerge for only part of the year. Many of the spring-flowering species make their first appearance in August.Read More
A wide variety of pigeons is found in the Atlas region - several native residents, a couple of introduced species, two seasonal visitors and the occasional vagrant from northern climes.Read More
Glossy Black-Cockatoos are the most threatened cockatoo species in NSW, and are included in the OEH Saving Our Species initiatives.Read More
The family Hepialidae includes some of the largest and most spectacular moths in Australia.Read More