When I first heard about QuestaGame’s World Bioquest I planned on spending the whole weekend adventuring far and wide. But as a dad with kids (who were keen to compete as long as I did not go “Dad nature crazy” on them), such grand ideas are are not always practical. I didn’t end up adventuring far that weekend, but you never really have to go far to get a serious dose of nature!
Many people think of butterflies as beautifully coloured, while moths are dull and drab, but it's not that simple. If you think that moths are boring, just take a look at the gorgeous moths that QuestaGamers have found!
I picked up a serious camera for the first time a little over five years ago. That day was the start of a journey that has ultimately led me to QuestaGame. It’s a journey that has shown me life in a new light, and I can’t wait to see what further adventures this journey has in store!
It’s not everyday that QuestaGamer Tanya finds an insect this odd. Normally she has at least some kind of idea what she’s looking at though. But when face to face with this oddity, all she could do was scratch her head - and she wasn’t alone.
Andrew and Austin can often be found looking for fantastic rare creatures with their smart phones - but it is not Pokemon these guys are after. This father and son duo are avid QuestaGamers, addicted to the thrill of spotting, photographing, and identifying all sorts of amazing wildlife.
Recently QuestaGame player Corinne noticed a peaceful "tingling noise" coming from the trees. Fortunately she was able to photograph one of its contributors - an olive-green coloured bird about 18 centimetres long, with an orange bill and black forehead. She correctly identified it as a Bell Miner