In Brief We've literally travelled thousands of kilometres
collecting these clips so you can enjoy them any time without having
to be bitten by Mosquito's, bothered by fly's, getting bugged,
sunburnt, wet etc... But when it comes down to it, we just love
finding Native Orchids.
This High Definition vision collected of Western Australia's Native
Orchids is arranged from A-Z by common name. Additional
data has been added such as scale, date on show, common
name and scientific name.
This webpage contains 30 images per
page and each small image can be clicked to see the
Hints ‘n’ Tips
When playing the clips on this DVD, try pressing pause so that
you can examine the orchid or information better and if you find
the background sound annoying, turn the volume down.
Orchids generally can be found on bushy road verges, granite
outcrops, bush tracks, edge of gravel pits, behind cemeteries,
golf clubs and halls, throughout national parks and nature
When you’re hunting orchid photos in our national parks, some
are so small that you could step on them if you don’t watch
where you are putting your feet, take extra care of the
environment so that others can enjoy nature too.
This DVD has been put together over a series of months
spanning an entire year, it contains high definition footage from a
camera that was hand held and in some cases rotating on
a wheel system around the flower, we apologise for any
instabilities, the idea it to allow you to see more of
the awesome detail than by a photo only, it's as if you were viewing them in nature
will be updating this DVD as new orchids are located, so
it might be worth updating to the new DVD from time to
None of the orchids on this DVD were harmed in
anyway during filming and photographing. Sorry we can not
disclose the exact spot where each orchid is growing, but we
have given an indication to what area of Western
Australia they maybe found.
Due to seasonal weather, orchids can be found either a week or
two before or after ‘months’ indicated on DVD or orchid
databases and books.