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Category — PNG Animals

Bird Watching in Papua New Guinea

Birdlife in Papua New Guinea probably portrays the various rich traditional PNG cultures in different
locations of this vastly forested country.
The opportunity for birdwatchers is endless as Papua New Guinea hosts such a thriving bird
population due to specific habits and climates favoured by endemic species and the lack of predatory animals.

May 6, 2012   No Comments

Balimo Is Beautiful – Her People, Her Culture, Her Nature

Word Count 2532. Estimated reading time: 3 minutes. Photos: Only the Best of Balimo!

Balimo is beautiful. The sun rises and sets on the most beautiful lagoon in PNG created by the floodwaters of the dark, fresh water Aramia River that winds its way down from the highlands of Western Province.

Balimo

Balimo, more photos at the bottom

Along the Balimo shores white, pink and purple water lilies blossom as canoes cross the dark fresh water and moor along the vivid green grass as the gentle lagoon winds whisper through the water reeds.

Pelicans, pigeons, doves, hornbills, kingfishers, ducks live and die here and above eagles soar high to gracefully dive the waters like brown and white arrows, talons extended at the last minute to catch silver fish. [Read more →]

May 17, 2011   7 Comments

Manus Green Snail – My Crazy Tiny Safari

When I was in Manus, one thing I had to do, no matter the cost was to see, to find, to videotape and photograph a real live Manus Green snail in the heartlands of this beautiful island.

When I mentioned this to the locals, they said ‘go to the market and buy a shell.’  I explained that I didn’t want a shell of an empty experience. I am a Papua New Guinean in my beautiful country, I want the experience of what makes this country so unique and exotic.

Manus Green Snail

Manus Green Snail. More photos of my crazy safari at the bottom of this post.

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March 17, 2011   3 Comments

Manus Island, Lonui Cave & Purple Cave Crabs Video

I traveled to Manus Lorengau for a few days. One of the memorable things i did was take a bicycle and a video camera and ride 45 minutes out of Lorengau to the Loniu village, near the Momote airstrip to video the massive cave system at Lonui village. [Read more →]

October 3, 2010   3 Comments