Best places to spot a cassowary in the wild

Southern Cassowaries of the Rainforests of North Queensland. With thanks to SHELLEY WINKEL – blog.queensland.com You would think finding a 60kg bird, some as big as two metres in height, would be easy, wouldn’t you? Especially when they’ve got a brilliant-blue neck and rapper-sized red throat bling, known as a wattle. But it’s not.   Throw in a thick jungle camouflage, a considered rarity – there’s only 4000 remaining in the … Continue readingBest places to spot a cassowary in the wild