Yes believe it or not we have dingos in Sippy Downs nature reserves and they have been captured beautifully by Gerard Mills a Sunshine Coast photographer whose talent has created “Nature USC” a visual record of the diversity and beauty of Sippy Downs wildlife which compliments the general diversity of Sippy Downs perfectly.
While Gerard has taken wildlife and insects all over Australia this “Wildlife Series” will showcase his work in the grounds of the USC. The following is an extract from his on-line catalogue located at natureatusc.weebly.com.
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