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Aussie Critters Seen In The Goldfields

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4 minutes ago, Jen58 said:

Great pics

geez Ashley it sure looks green over there, real pretty country side 

hey mr Tuna thats the strangest looking wild pig i ever seen :blink: :rolleyes:

 

Not as strange looking as the West Australian Mulga Deer

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Madtuna, either you've got too much time on your hands or you have been away from civilization for too long. It would be interesting to see some of the "other" wildlife rarely seen out your waythat you may be able to photograph.

Rowdy

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What other wild life Rowdy? If' it's here and I see one I'll try and get a pic.

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There's actually a good wildlife show on telly at the moments about Gekko's:biggrin:

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Haha, that made me laugh MT.  They are funny little buggers aren't they?  Bungarra and blue tongue taste good too. Don't try cat though - quite ordinary :wacko:

 

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Around this time of year we have an investation of these types of vermin. They are also seen on quad bikes with bad hairstyles ...... most of them follow something called NRL ??? Nobody over here knows what that is but it can't be good.

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BB

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22 minutes ago, Bada Bing said:

Around this time of year we have an investation of these types of vermin. They are also seen on quad bikes with bad hairstyles ...... most of them follow something called NRL ??? Nobody over here knows what that is but it can't be good.

Cheers

BB

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That's one of the AFL following species going by the markings. Also possibly a juvenile as the adult ones usual have grey hair or no hair and are marked with something like "Fred & Mavis UHF18" on the back of their shell.

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Good one Steve ! LOL.

Yeah jen it's the greenest I have seen it and also the wettest.

Cheers

Ashley

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Thanks for the photos.   The other night I stumbled on Ray Mears wild Australia.  Highly recommend it.

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Great photos,got to get down and see for my self.

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