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Jessie C. Tanner Feb 26
The Australian bustard, before and after being startled by a truck.
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Craig Greer 18h
Orange-bellied Parrots ... at their breeding grounds in Melaleuca on my tour in November. , we must do everything we can to save this incredible species.
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David C. Simon 6h
The callistemon flowers have drawn a family of Eastern Spinebills, one of my personal favourites. This is a young male. You can see his adult plumage (black feathers) appearing on his head.
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David C. Simon Feb 23
I think this Rainbow Lorikeet was bored.
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Kerry Vickers Feb 26
Sooty Oystercatcher at Port Fairy recently
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Andrew Darby Feb 23
Pine Lake, . Just a thousand year old Pencil Pine, and a few of its friends. .
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David C. Simon Feb 21
Yellow Baby almost has all of his adult plumage! (Australian King Parrot)
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Jordann Crawford-Ash 8h
In my recent adventures I found these little lovers. It's this weekend in , so my message this is love whoever you want to love! πŸΈπŸ˜‚β™₯️ Who knows the species?!
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Jack Ashby 7h
Replying to @JackDAshby
Banks and the rest of Captain Cook's crew described very few from their time in Australia in 1770. Which is probably for the best as they weren't very good at it. This is from Banks' journal.
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David C. Simon 14h
After a painfully long absence, the Gang-gang Cockatoos returned yesterday!
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thetalentedrunner 4h
Forest Red Tailed Black Cockatoos in the Marri trees this afternoon . Just love watching them feast on the gumnuts with such skill
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David C. Simon Feb 26
Alev, the distinctly coloured baby Australian King Parrot, disappeared for a while but returned yesterday. Independant now, but still adorable.
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David C. Simon Feb 21
I was visited by this lovely White-headed Pigeon today.
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Dr Penn Lloyd Feb 22
Fleay’s Barred Frogs enjoying the ending of the drought in the rainforest streams of Main Range National Park.
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Colin Trainor πŸ¦‰πŸΎπŸπŸ¦ŽπŸœπŸŒ΄ Feb 23
Fairly tame Long-billed Corella working the bill (after a hard mornings digging), at Avoca, along the Avoca River, Victoria …
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πŸ’§πŸŒ±Dr Josie McSkimming πŸ§πŸ¦πŸŒ³πŸŒˆπŸŒΏπŸ•ΈπŸ¦‹ Feb 21
Queensland community celebrates saving koala habitat after scrapping of controversial development. Good. Too little good news to be had on the wildlife front. ⁦⁩
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Christopher Watson Feb 24
Lucky to enjoy this encounter with a large Smooth Stingray (Bathytoshia brevicaudata) at Portarlington. It hoovers scraps thrown to it by fishos; came to inspect me then swam hopefully alongside me as I walked another km or so. Just a big sea puppy really. Magic.
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Jane Feb 22
From a recent birding trip in NSW. White-cheeked Honeyeater on central coast, Scarlet Robin and Crimson Rosella at Ebor Falls, Noisy Friar Bird at Yuraygir Nat Park.
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Kerry Vickers 9h
Eastern Great Egret at Port Fairy this afternoon hunting... mice... bon appetit
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Rohan Clarke Feb 24
Hare-wallaby epicness yesterday in . Remarkable that these 2 Oz endemics (Rufous HW/Marla & Banded HW) only persist because they were 'marooned' on islands ahead of invasive predator arrival
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