Meeting more of the Australian wildlife, By SunBôw
Amazing beauty, blessings, and new species of wildlife encountered along the roads in the last days have been plentiful. Today we went to visit a Flying Fox colony where hundreds of those large fruit eating bats were literally hanging and flying around.
Then we went to Raymond Island on the coast, to observe families of koalas.
There were also plenty of beautiful sea birds by the shores of the Gippsland Lakes.
Among the feathered species encountered were the Black Swans, Pelicans, Albatross, Sterns, Seagulls, Cormorants, Ducks and others, as well as colorful Rosellas in the bush.
Getting to meet and know the life forms and spirits of this great magical land down under, as we prepare to start on our Rainbow Serpent pilgrimage in just over a week.
Sending our blessings to all our relations, our readers, friends and donors, with whom we share this medicine journey and some of the beauties and teachings of the way.
Some of the best short video clips captured so far are shared on my FB PAGE.
On a sadder note, Australia has been suffering from increasingly severe droughts since decades and there are many bush fires. We ran through a smoky area today. Pray for rains in this continent in dire need of water, where the rivers and the bush go dry.
The journey is continuing and we’ll share updates as we can. Love and Peace to all…
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