The Batavia Coast and Midwest WAFauna

The Batavia Coast and Midwest of Western Australia is rich haven of wildlife, from our larger marsupials, reptiles, birds, through to the smallest of insects and spiders.

Check out some of the images of listed wildlife, and come back as we add more over time… “what a wonderful world… we live in…”

Moloch horridus, Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Moloch horridus, Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Bee Fly (family Bombyliidae), Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Bee Fly (family Bombyliidae), Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Sacred Kingfisher (Todiramphus sanctus) © Gary Taylor
Sacred Kingfisher (Todiramphus sanctus) © Gary Taylor
Lasioglossum (Chililictus), Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Lasioglossum (Chililictus), Geraldton, Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Splendid in eclipse (Malurus splendens), Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Splendid in eclipse (Malurus splendens), Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Waroona Cuckoo Bee (Thyreus waroonensis) © Gary Taylor
Waroona Cuckoo Bee (Thyreus waroonensis) © Gary Taylor
Chrysididae, genus Stilbum (Cuckoo Wasp), Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Chrysididae, genus Stilbum (Cuckoo Wasp), Midwest WA © Gary Taylor
Stimson's python - "Children's pythons" © Gary Taylor
Stimson’s python – “Children’s pythons” © Gary Taylor

This section is a work in progress… more information coming…


Footnote & References

  1. Photographs © Gary Taylor

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