Wildlife Secrets takes you on an excursion through Australia’s unique and exciting fauna, with stories and articles from around the country and fantastic full-colour photographs of our truly magnificent wildlife.
Are you passionate about Australian wildlife? Do you get a thrill when you catch a glimpse of a native animal while out and about in our beautiful country? Do you love to photograph wildlife in their surrounds and share your experiences with your friends?
If so, then Australian Wildlife Secrets is just what you need.
Published six times a year, this wonderful magazine delves into the lives of our native animals, with advice on how to care for them, conserve the environment, make DIY habitats for your backyard, get that magic shot with our own camera and much more. Each issue features the best wildlife stories from all over Australia with great colour photographs.
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Maggie Harriman is called to the rescue of a female Wedge- tailed Eagle. This queen of the air has been brought down to earth and needs rehabilitation. In the meantime, her partner has to become the sole parent to their brood, and this raises even more ups and downs and twists and turns in this wildlife tale.
Australia’s wildlife-watching mobs take to cliffs, boats and cruises to catch a glimpse of the world’s largest mammals when they come close to our shores. Find out the what, where, when and how you can see two of our most common whale species, the humpback and the Southern Right Whale, when they migrate to and from their breeding grounds.
The majestic plains of the Maasai Mara in Africa are home to an endless number of earth-shaking animals on the move. Think lions, elephants, wildebeest, zebras and gazelles. Thousands of visitors go there to watch this great wildlife landscape and Tony Holland tells us what it is really like to witness the spectacle.