Daintree’s ‘dry wet’ and ‘wet dry’
May 23rd, 2016

Who says there is no climate change?? A normal 1st quarter for Daintree will deliver between 1500 and 2500mm of rain – this year we only received 870mm in the first three months of the year. It was unseasonally hot …Continue Reading

To Colombia and home again
April 13th, 2016

Back home again after a month of travelling and birdwatching in Colombia. What an amazing place – almost 2000 bird species, more than any other country in the world and, because of the geography,an amazing degree of endemism. There are …Continue Reading

Holiday time
February 27th, 2016

Posting from sunny Sydney as we wait for a flight to Santiago, then Lima and finally Bogota – a long day ahead. We have a month in Colombia attending the Colombian Birdfair, doing a tour of the Santa Marta region …Continue Reading

2016 – a year of change
February 5th, 2016

What a month this has been for Red Mill House. Christmas saw us at Lake Eacham in the Atherton Tablelands, just enjoying ourselves in one of our favourite places in the world, when suddenly a very attractive block of land …Continue Reading

A Daintree New Year!
January 1st, 2016

After almost 700 millimetres of rain in the last few days of 2015, the Daintree River is full and flowing brown, local creeks and billabongs are full of water and life, the ground is oozing, the frogs are going absolutely …Continue Reading