Nature photography in Darwin video transcript

By Aron

[Background music throughout video]

On screen text: StudyNT ambassadors present

[Kangaroo eating leaves off a tree]

On screen text: Aron Falletto (Italy) Nature photography in Darwin, Australia’s Northern Territory | The Territory Boundless Possible logo, Instagram: studynorthernterritory

[Aron walking along a dirt track]

[Image of a 4 o’clock moth]

[Image of a sunset]

[Image of an Australasian swamphen]

[Image of a Christmas beetles mating]

[Image of a baby wallaby]

[Image of a water dragon]

[Image of a tawney frogmouth]

[Image of a wedged-tail eagle flying]

[Image of a brahminy kite flying]

[Image of a kangaroo jumping]

[Image of two western corellas sitting on a branch]

[Image of a white bellied sea eagle]

[Image of a green tree frog]

[Image of a sunset]

[Image of a sunset]

[Image of a purple swamphen]

[Image of a forest kingfisher]

[Image of a comb crested jacana]

[Image of a willie wagtail]

[Image of a pied heron]

[Image of a hermit crab]

[Image of a tartar lizard]

[Image of a dragon fly]

[Image of a seagull]

[Image of a freshwater crocodile]

[Image of the moon]

[Image of a forest kingfisher]

[Image of a pygmy goose]

[Image of a rufous owl]

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Page last updated 16 February 2022