|Above: Blue Blubber swarm off Surfers Paradise. Photo by Grahame Long.|
Below: Blue Tiger, Ferny Hills.
South-east Queensland has had a wet, warm and humid start to 2015, receiving twice the average amount of monthly rainfall for this time of year. A well-nourished landscape is currently allowing our wildlife to flourish; a casual walk in a National Park, suburban reserve or even your own garden will reveal huge numbers of insects, birds, reptiles and frogs.