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looking great in springtime colours a kangaroo at Blowering Dam New South Wales Australia
With a backdrop of Australian native wattle flowering in the background this kangaroo freezes trying to blend in, so as to go unnoticed. #Springtime #roo portrait #BloweringDam #NSW Posted by Jay G Images Photo Art on Saturday, 12 September 2015 Share … Continue reading
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Sulphur-crested cockatoo flying out from limestone cliffs at Blanchetown Riverland South Australia. These gregarious parrots are a common sight all around Australia. Share This:
Posted in Australian Backyard birds, wildlife wednesday Tagged Australian native birds, australian natives photography, Australian wildlife, bird watching, Blanchetown, Blanchetown wetlands, cockatoos, River Murray, Riverland, Riverland South Australia, sulphur crested cockatoo, wildlife Leave a comment
Sporting a wingspan of up to 2.47 m, the Wedge-Tailed Eagle is Australia’s largest rapture. This magnificent bird can be seen soaring in the thermals all over Australia. Share This: