An occasional blog about natural history, travel, books and writing ... and anything else that catches my attention.
Those Tree Roos possibly wonder why you changed 'their' garden into an obstacle course!
I would not be at all surprised to wake up one day to a picket line of tree roos protesting against poor conditions.At some point, I will have to clean up the debris from Cyclone Tasha.
looks like an overgrown rat problem
Hey! Don't you insult my rats ... er ... tree kangaroos.
Wish I had a roo-ful backyard!
Tony, I do feel really privileged to have these animals so close to the house.
No no no. He's not rat, is filigree Athertonian hamster...say - where are your tree rats anyhow?
hey! looks like my yard!LOVE your roos!!!!! look at that face! he looks like he's been caught doing something he shouldn't!
Have so enjoyed discovering your blog (while googling for "galah wings" for an art commission!)
I can't help but feel jealous. My exotic backyard sighting would be a rat, squirrel or rabbit. Maybe a couple of interesting birds will show during the spring migration.Your photos are wonderful as always. Living vicariously through you--it helps my winter cabin fever.
Neomyrtus, I haven't seen the white-tailed rats around for a while. I'm sure they're about, but are keeping a low profile in all the wind and rain.
Laura, they either have that expression or one of mild exasperation at the paparazzi.
Jilly, welcome to Snail's Eye View. I hope you found something suitable. I don't think I've got many galah pics, unfortunately.
Sarala, I've got Wet Season cabin fever, so your pics of Chicago help me too!
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