Living with cane toads, an imported menace
an experience of the outback
The cane toad has made it to Western Australia. In rivers and streams across the northern half of the Northern Territory we found lots of the little bastards milling around.
We saw loads of them during a visit to Nitmiluk National Park. Dozens of the little creeps tucked into the rocks alongside waters falls, enjoying the spray of fresh water, busily multiplying. A friend of mine got busy killing as many as he could find.
Other Experiences of Matthew Strahorn
Clothesline signage for a suburb (part 1), Clothesline signage for a suburb (part 2), Living in the Wild West, Tripping in the Park, Stuart Highway - the real wilderness, Just 21 Hours Away, Plenty of Water, Some useful answers, Australian architecture: where hip and historic coexist, Highest court in the land, Kayaking on the harbour, Life in Newman, WA, Women drivers surprising the blokes at Australian mines, Metal cake
Other experiences of the outback
Lawn in the Pilbara by Doug, Scary Kangaroo! by lilly, Dining IN by Doug, Karijini Jewels by chris, Living on the Edge by chris, Experiencing Uluru by Eve, Sazette by Sazette, Kangaroo shooting in Western Australia by Gillian, Being social in the bush by Gillian, Living in the Wild West by Matty, Stuart Highway - the real wilderness by Matty, Plenty of Water by Matty, Helicopter flight over rugged NT wilderness by Rodney, Camping with wild pigs by Douglas, Metal cake by Matty, Overseas and missing home by shar-la
Other experiences from people feeling disappointed
Dodging busted Telecom pits by Doug, She made me proud by Gillian, Cleaning Up by Mora, Urban river goes to sea by Shelley, Puddling about in filth by Fran, Off your trolley or just fleeing it by Fran
Carriage Accommodation - Dunsborough Rail Carriages And Farm Cottages, Reconnect with nature - Dunsborough Rail Carriages And Farm Cottages, White Cotton Ball Fairy Light Strings - The Glass Votive Candle Shop, Wedding Car Ribbon In Many Colours - The Glass Votive Candle Shop