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    Australian Brolga. Our only crane I think.

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    Australian Black Swan.

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    Australian Cormorant. There are several species, I think the Aussie slag name for them all is shag.

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    Australian Coots, possibly a couple of species here.

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    Australian Spur Winged Plover.

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    Bison in Yellowstone National Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoganInParasite View Post
    Don't know the species of this bird. Took photo on the north coast of Tasmania.

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    It's a goldfinch.

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    Thanks Nev. I kept looking for some type of spinebill without any success.
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    It's a goldfinch.

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    Up by Huay Kaew Waterfall.









    Don't recall ever seeing one before.

    But it let me get close enough for me crappy Samsung's focus to become ineffective.

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    ^Very pretty Lui

    I was joined in my study tonight by a small guest.

    My furry friend was dispatched by a clubbing with a king size pepper mill.



    Having recently watched Alone Season 5 I was curious how much nutrition he would contain.



    Mouse or rat?

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    ^Small rat, looking at the tail. Nice hunting.

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    Baby kangalooo judging by the pose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Up by Huay Kaew Waterfall.









    Don't recall ever seeing one before.

    But it let me get close enough for me crappy Samsung's focus to become ineffective.
    Always nice when you find a fluffy tit or two....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    ^Small rat, looking at the tail. Nice hunting.
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    Baby kangalooo judging by the pose.
    Maybe a Kangaroo Rat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    ^Small rat, looking at the tail. Nice hunting.
    I think it might have been a mouse.

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    Big ears and pointy nose (rats have small ears and a blunt nose)


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    2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year



    Looks like the marmot is holding the fox at bay using the force!

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    I think I need to clean the camera lens.

    Anyway ... the closest I've ever got to a Pteropus poliocephalus (grey headed Fruit Bat/Flying Fox)

    Photographed through a double pane of glass with two very excited 5yo's bouncing around.

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    Not my video, but this is them in flight ...
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    The magpies have been fed a little over the years, just to keep them friendly.

    I can hand feed to parents. They bring their young 'uns into our garden.

    Still haven't cleaned that lens!

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    Mum on the left. Baby with mouth open


    Again, not my video, but a common sound in my backyard for probably the next month or two ...


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    A couple of geckos getting it on in our kitchen.

    Comes to something when you're envious of a lizard!


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    Or even a snake for that matter (in our snake house...)


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    A group of tortoises at Korat zoo.



    OK... so maybe I've got stuff on my mind... been away at work for over five weeks and it's just got extended...

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    ^Oooh yeah baby, take it

    Not found under the dunny seat but in the wood pile this weekend...

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    Latrodectus hasseltii - the legendary but rarely seen Australian female Redback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    ^Very pretty Lui

    I was joined in my study tonight by a small guest.

    My furry friend was dispatched by a clubbing with a king size pepper mill.



    Having recently watched Alone Season 5 I was curious how much nutrition he would contain.



    Mouse or rat?
    We call it vermin, Jeff calls it lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    the legendary but rarely seen Australian female Redback

    Well, go on then. How slow and painful would the death be?

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