The early morning sun makes the flowering spinifex glow at the Wodgina granites.
Is it a rock?
No, it's a Desert Spadefoot (Notaden nichollsi).
We are just rocks, so leave us alone.
I'm a rock too! A small Russell's Toadlet (Uperoleia russelli).
Lots of hiding places for rock-dwelling animals at Wodgina.
Bottle-shaped mud nests of Fairy Martins were hidden in most small rock caves.
Big boulders such as this one often had interesting animals living in deeper cracks.
A Common Sheathtail Bat (Taphozous georgianus) resting in a deep boulder crack.
Trying to look like the local terrain. A Military Dragon (Ctenophorus isolepis).
Another resident of the area with great camo, a Fat-tailed Gecko (Diplodactylus conspicillatus).
A rock-loving dragon, a cute little baby Ring-tailed Dragon (Ctenophorus caudicinctus). I'm just a little rock!
The end of a wonderful day at the Wodgina rocks.