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Wildlife Images and Species Information

Visit any social media platform, and you will find it saturated with wildlife images, with thousands more uploaded daily. Unfortunately, the quality of many is poor, and many involve unethical activities on the part of the photographer. In addition, the images provide little to no information on the animals pictured. Furthermore, there is often incorrect information and identification provided.

We guarantee that the species pictured and identified in our wildlife photos are correct. Furthermore, the information on the individual animals results from thorough research.

Wildlife photos in our galleries and profiles are also available as stock images, digital downloads and prints. Follow the links at the top of each gallery to make a purchase.

Explore our categories, including Australian birds, Australian frogs, and African Birds. Our images are copyrighted and the work of awarded wildlife photographer Diana Andersen. Feel free to contact us for information regarding licensing and image usage.

Little Corella

Little Corella

Raucous, rambunctious, playful and mischievous are all words that describe Australia's Little Corellas. They are a  common sight in many areas, including the urban areas of most Australian cities.
Galah

Galah

The unique Pink and Grey Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) is one of Australia's most recognisable birds. Full of personality, Galahs are known for their comical and raucous behaviour.
Australasian Darter

Australasian Darter

Australasian Darters, also referred to as snakebirds, are slender, elegant waterbirds found in Australia's fresh or brackish water sources. They can be seen drying their wings along the banks of rivers, lakes and wetlands after diving for fish and other invertebrates.
Motorbike Frog

Motorbike Frog

The Motorbike Frog is the most common frog found in the southwest region of Western Australia found in local lakes and swamps. Getting its name from the call, which is reminiscent of a motorbike changing gears, they call in the breeding season.
Pobblebonk Frog

Pobblebonk Frog

If you live in Western Australia's southwest, you may never have seen this frog, but you may have heard its call. The origin of the common name, 'Pobblebonk', is the loud solitary bonk sound made during the breeding season. It is also called the Western Banjo Frog.
Common Bronzewing Photo Gallery

Common Bronzewing Photo Gallery

Common Bronzewing photo gallery. A solidly built Australian pigeon with beautiful iridescent bronze feathering on their wings in the light.

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