Now that I’ve got your attention there are a few important details that I want to cover before you get stuck into this website of mine. The first thing to realise is the fact that this site is not a survival manual. It is simply an education tool, so that as you move around this great Australian landscape, you can self educate using this site to help you along the way to better understand the country you are moving through. So that’s the first point to recognise. I will now go ahead and further explain a couple of other points. Just remember this database is focused on northern Australia, that is to say the landscape north of the Tropic of Capricorn.
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Well the information here is perfectly reliable and accurate. The only problem is that the species must be correctly identified. If you're not 100% certain then you are better off not going near it. Of course there are some species that are quite impossible to get wrong. Take a close look at the description and especially the leaf structure is a good start.
I can remember eating Green Ants way back in Primary school. In those days at North Cairns State School, we had an Aboriginal kid in the classroom and he put us on the right track. That was around 1956 and it took the Australian Army another 30 years to catch onto the topic. That was in 1980 when I was given a Defence Fellowship to work out of James Cook University in Townsville, after which Brig Mike Jefferie's took me and Bush Tucker under his wing. You will remember that he went on to become Australian Governor General.
No and No. Birds have a different constitution to humans and their eating habits are not in any way a guide. As far as colour is concerned, many Bush Tuckers are red or reddish in colour, the same as many of the fruit you purchase in the shop may be red in colour.
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Well all the videos can be downloaded from the ABC via the internet. The ABC shop is no longer operating so to obtain the various books, which are no longer published, the best place to look is the internet. Mind you the prices are a bit steep these days.