Wed, Oct. 12th, 2011 05:14 pm
alwaysjbj: (Brisbane-River City)
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We had some visitors this morning... most were hiding behind trees so I couldn't get more than a tail shot, but one was kind enough to let me take her photo.

It was a small family group with what looked to be one male, three females and one joey on the ground.

Pretty Faced Wallabies are a regular visitor, I just don't usually think to take a photo. I must try to get photos of some of our other wildlife (mostly just birds of different varieties).

Date: 12/10/11 11:04 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Coat of Arms)
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We are lucky enough to be on acreage, surrounded by acreage and with an Environmental reserve at the end of the street, so we have a lot of wildlife roaming around the property.

Date: 12/10/11 11:20 am (UTC)
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Oh they really are very pretty-faced!

Date: 12/10/11 11:05 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Dragon_chillin')
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The are! In general wallabies have much prettier faces than kangaroos, but Pretty Faced Wallabies are one of my favourites.

Date: 12/10/11 11:42 am (UTC)
ext_11988: made by lmbossy (kazzycee coffee)
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Awwww! They are so cute! Thanks for sharing - I'd love to see more wildlife :)

Date: 12/10/11 11:06 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (camera)
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I am trying to get in the habit of taking the camera with me more... I had a nice roam around early this morning and took some photos around the house yard.

Date: 12/10/11 11:08 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Default)
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It's nice to know that they are happily roaming around only a 10 minute drive from 'civilisation'.

Date: 12/10/11 02:26 pm (UTC)
ext_106804: (Cool - spuffy)
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Wow, that is just super cool!!

Date: 12/10/11 11:11 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Brisbane-River City)
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LOL Glad you like!

Date: 12/10/11 05:41 pm (UTC)
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You certainly have exotic fauna in Oz.

Date: 12/10/11 11:13 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Default)
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LOL The funny thing is, that while I wouldn't say they are commonplace or anything (because most people I know--me included--are still excited to see any of our wild animals wandering through the property), but to us they are just wallabies... not as exciting as a squirrel or an otter or one of the many animals found in Europe and America that we never see.

Date: 13/10/11 03:15 am (UTC)
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Yup, it all depends on what is commonplace where you live. I had friends visiting us from NYC. We took them to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, which has a special breed of squirrel called a Kaibob squirrel, which is black with a luxuriant gray and white tail.
Pretty spectacular squirrel.

Date: 13/10/11 11:49 am (UTC)
ext_7165: (Pern_Ruth)
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That is sooo cute!

Date: 12/10/11 06:11 pm (UTC)
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Date: 12/10/11 11:13 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (Glasshouse1)
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They are a very pretty little wallaby.

Date: 12/10/11 11:14 pm (UTC)
ext_7165: (beach)
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Glad you enjoyed them! I am trying to remember to reach for the camera more often.

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