Trapping sites along the ridge tops.
A nice area to survey, one of the creek systems on the plain.
One of the endemic geckos to the area, Lucasium wombeyi.
Blair, Dave and Jen, as we approach a gorge in 40C temperatures, looking for endangered Olive Pythons.
Our prize, waiting in the water for a drinking bird for breakfast.
Dave is pleased!
This python seems the have an fungal infection on the head.
A beautiful Egernia formosa caught on the rocky ridge.
A young Perentie only about 600mm long, but as an adult goanna he can grow to almost 2.5 metres.
Nice back markings.
Our camp for the survey.