WPC: Peek

Take a peek.

He’s peeking at me peeking at him!

Advertisements

Wildlife Visitors: October

As usual hover the cursor over an image to see the caption or click on it to  see larger images in a slideshow.

Furry

Although it might seem from my posts that a Koala is always here that’s not so. I have no idea how extensive their range is, I’m sure that depends on the density of the Eucalypts they eat but they usually reappear here every few weeks.

Feathered

Flighty

Creepy, Crawly, Slippery, Slimy and Scary

Wildlife Visitors – September 2017

Click on an image to see it more clearly in a slideshow.

Furry

Feathered

Flighty

 

Creepy, Crawly, Slimy and Scary

Scaly

Wildlife Visitors – August 2017

It’s been a cold month so most things are hiding away hoping Spring will be here soon.

Pass the cursor over an image to see the captions or click on one to go to a slideshow with larger images.

Furry

Koala

Feathered

Flighty

Creepy, Crawly, Slimy and Scary

Scaley

WPC: Corner

I’ve been watching a Blue-Tongue Lizard in our front yard for a while but the weather has been so cold and wet recently I’ve rarely glimpsed it. This morning the sun came out and I thought if I could find the patience to stand, watch and wait I might see it come around the corner of the rock. My patience was rewarded!

Wildlife Visitors – July 2017

The cold continues so there are not many interesting critters showing up.

Click on an image to see a larger version in a slideshow.

Furry

Feathered

Flighty,

Creepy, Crawly, Slimy and Scary

Scaly

Wildlife Visitors -June 2017

Click on any photo to see larger images in a slideshow.

Furry

Feathered

Flighty

Creepy, crawly, slimy and scary

It’s winter here in South Australia and cold so there aren’t many insects about, few insects means few of their predators. There are some lizards I know I can find because I’ve discovered their refuges. When the sun warms the ground there are hundreds of little Skinks around here but I don’t know where they go when it’s cold.

Scaly