Dad collected reports of an unidentified species
of Australian gliding lizard in this region, which his brother saw gliding from tree to tree and some of the other timber cutters were familiar with. They described it as having a flap of skin between its front and back legs, similar to a sugar glider. A specimen was even put on display in a shop window in Wyong for a while.
Richard Muirhead did an interesting article on this unkown lizard species in issue 1 of his Flying Snake magazine
" Remember the axemen knew their timber
Cared about the way they brought it down
Crosscut, blackbutt, tallowood and cedar
Build another bungalow - pioneer town "- John Williamson
The Kangaroo skin behind him is from an animal shot for food.