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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago

Please tell us about what native flora and Fauna you have in your own back yard?

I had always thought that there was more than 1 bandicoot, as the saying goes you need two to tangle, and have babies. We have has bandicoots around the complex for over a year now, great to see their beautiful little faces. They now have some young ones with them. They wander in and out of the complex, and in and out of neighboring yards, and homes.

Some times we see the Eastern Rosella, the Sulfur Crested Cockatoos are around all year round. Some times we see the Green Rosella which is also known as the Tasmanian Rosella. Some times small little lorikeets.

One day we had 3 peak cocks drop in.

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KT051

  1 month ago
We have lovely birds, a possum dropped by and a bit of a strange one I was at home heard a noise one day like a grunt/snort so I went to the front door and there was a little pig sitting there I did have to look a second time just to make sure I was seeing what I thought I was and he sure was a cutie. Reply
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WoodyP

  1 month ago
They all sound wonderful Jays. We have Possums, Black ducks, Koalas, Lorikeets, Rosellas, Magpies, Murray Magpies, New Holland Honeyeaters, the dreadful noisy Miners and even an Echidna once. Reply
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rolfie13

  1 month ago
Ants, magpies, a pair of crows, honey eaters, black finches. I used to have frogs but haven't see them since last year.
As for the flora most of yard is Australian natives like Grevillias, various Bottlebrushes, couple of Banksia, type of Peppermint gum tree, Kanga paws, to name a few.
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achatterjee4

  1 month ago
Yes, nice bird. Reply
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pagalu

  1 month ago
kooaburras. Wattles. Reply
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aussiemoneycollectables

  1 month ago
Has a large lock of Ibis go over this morning in V formation would be 150/200 birds in flight.
Today in the yard was Sparrows/Blackbirds/Minors/ Starlings/Crows/top notch doves.
Each day other birds fly in for a visit.
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aussiemoneycollectables

  1 month ago
Thanks J.
May I remind a few that will do your Great post to also remember the,
Australian Backyard Bird Count, 18th / 24 Oct 2021'Thats this week,
go to, birdlife.org.au
Full details there No Cost and will help to trach Australian Birds.
Thanks again J
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