One of Australia’s rarest, restricted, and most revered birds is the golden bowerbird. They are confined to high peaks of Queensland’s Wet Tropics, inhabiting dense rainforest. This bird is a male, busily decorating his huge bower with beautiful flowers to attract females. An image from this series appeared in a climate change report sent to the 2015 Paris Climate Conference to highlight the extinction risk for tropical species dwelling at high elevations.
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