“We are in dreamtime. Go and resonate with nature. Whatever comes to you brings a message,” our tour guide tells us. We are in a place called the Euroka Clearing, in the Blue Mountains National Park, Glenbrook, New South Wales, Australia.Suddenly, a flock of white cockatoos, Australian king-parrots, appear behind a nearby tree and fly over us. “They’re welcoming us,” I said excitedly.”The bush is said to have eyes,” replies our guide. He watches the flight of the cockatoos. “Did you know that whenever you visit the bush you can be sure that the creatures of the bush will be watching you? You can feel their eyes as you enter their home.”It is a sunny, 18C wintry morning. We breathe the fresh Eucalypt air of the mountains, and except for the cries of the cockatoos, magpies and crows, everything is quiet.Most of us saunter to where the kangaroos are. They are Eastern Grey kangaroos, smaller than the Red kangaroos of the desert. To see “kangaroos in the wild” is so extraordinary, I thought, as I flashed my camera. It is a picture of harmony, for the kangaroos are in their natural habitat.Yet, it is a fragile habitat. Bushfires are the… Read full this story
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