The best photos we took in April 2018
This was the first water habitat we created when we got here, almost 2 years ago.
But the growth of trees and shrubs around it has made it harder and harder to see, and therefore harder to see the birds that visit.
The best photos we took from February 2018
Most mornings each week we are visited by our local wallabies. This includes Red-necked Wallabies(Macropus rufogriseus) and Pretty-faced(Whiptail) Wallabies(Macropus parryi)
There is usually some action to add to the entertainment, but every few weeks or so “the boys” seem more interested in fighting than anything else.
November 2017 – Shots of the Month
We had our local Wedge-tailed Eagles visit us again today. This time they were off the deck and only just above us, giving us a great view of their flight and antics.
We are incredibly fortunate to be often surrounded by birds in the trees that surround our house. They are beautiful, entertaining, a joy to listen to and fascinating to watch.
Here is just a snippet of what we saw and shot on this Sunday morning.
We are very lucky to have lots of resident Pretty-faced(Whiptail) Wallabies – Macropus parryi – that live and feed around the house and property.
At times there are mobs of more than ten at a time, congregating and feeding close to the house.
As we cleared and dug out one of the garden terraces behind the house we had a visit from a very weird looking local.
The picture above is a Mountain Katydid