Flora and fauna guiding


Flora and fauna guiding

We can help you find that species you’ve been looking for for years.

Are you a birdwatcher with a certain species you just can’t seem to find? Or an explorer who wants to experience some of southern inland Queensland’s most rare and iconic species and landscapes? Perhaps you’ve been thinking about a research expedition to the Brigalow Belt or Mulga Lands, or need help with the logistics of undertaking surveys in remote areas.

No matter what kind of guiding you need, the team at Boobook Ecological Consulting can help.

Craig watches the sunset at Kyaba waterhole Eromanga on the flora and fauna tour
Flora and fauna guiding, a rock escarpment

Our in-depth knowledge of the biological and geological hotspots of the Brigalow Belt and Mulga Lands bioregion covers:

We also have access to many privately owned, hidden places – giving you more opportunities to find that elusive species you’ve been looking for than you would have alone.

Our experience

No matter the terrain and no matter the location – our team has probably been where you want to go. 

We can guide you through:

Flora and fauna guiding picture of beautiful wetlands with yellow and purple flowers

With over 25 years’ experience conducting flora and fauna surveys in remote and hard-to-reach locations, we are used to going off the beaten track. We are all too familiar with the challenges of working in and exploring these stunning but sometimes unforgiving landscapes!

Our ecologists have a wealth of local biodiversity knowledge and our botanist, Rose, grew up locally and has uncovered many of our local botanical jewels. 

So, whether you are on the lookout for birds, mammals, frogs, reptiles, fish, land snails or butterflies or a particular flora species we are here to guide you. 

Just tell us your ideas, dreams or needs and we’ll make it happen! 

Contact us today to arrange your bespoke guiding experience. 

What our clients say

The science of a shared world

Boobook Ecological Consulting has built its success on decades I first-hand knowledge of the natural ecosystems of the southern Queensland drylands combined with practical understanding of the complex pressures that impinge on Australia’s fragile environment.