Welcome to Auswildlife

Welcome to Auswildlife.com; nature photography by Australian wildlife photographer, Bruce Thomson. Wildlife images included on the site represent only a small selection of the best photographs that I have available. If you browse the image libraries or use the search facility below and can’t see what you’re looking for, please contact me. I have many other images that are not uploaded here. Most photos are predominantly from Australia but there is also an increasing number of photographs now being added from other countries around the World.

The galleries are set up by country or geographic region and include Australia and New Zealand, South and Central America, Asia and, soon to be added – India and the UK.

Wildlife photography subjects include birds, mammals, frogs, reptiles and some insects and spiders. The Australian section has individual albums for these wildlife groups.

Bruce sells images through a number of photographic agencies for use in books, magazines, research presentations and interpretive signage in national parks and even international zoos. I have also included some notes on photo destinations and photographic techniques for those who want to read further.

If you are interested in using any of the images or commissioning a project, you can use the contact form to send Bruce an email.

For image use – stock photos – please contact me or one of these agencies:

ScienceSource                        Agence Photographique NATURIMAGES Australian Landscapes

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Recent Posts

Warrumbungles – at the waterhole

So what do you see if you wait by a small waterhole in the Warrumbungle National Park? These are a few of the visitors….

Red-browed Finches


Red-browed Finches – security in numbers.

Willy Wagtail


Baby Willy Wagtail comes to investigate

Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater


Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater takes time out from chasing the Noisy Friar birds

Noisy Friar Bird


Noisy Friar Bird – takes time out from chasing the spiny-cheeked honeyeaters

Lace Monitor


Lace Monitor – everyone else left when he arrived

Peaceful Dove


Peaceful Dove – watching to see where the monitor went…..

Eastern Grey Kangaroo


Eastern Grey Kangaroo – watches as mum drinks

Eastern Grey Kangaroo


Mum…

Feral Pigs


Baby Pigs – feral but still cute!

Peaceful Dove


Peaceful Dove, relaxing now that it’s sure the monitor has gone

Red-rumped Parrot


Red-rumped Parrot, male

Red-rumped Parrot


Red-rumped Parrot again!

Swamp Wallaby

Swamp Wallaby – the kangaroos were happy to drink at the edge, but of course the swampy had to go the whole way in!

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