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Thread: Flora, fauna and other animals people see whilst out driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    A couple of bunnies caught by my Trail Cam. We saw some black rabbits nearer to town, about 22 odd years back. Over the years, we have seen black rabbits closer to our place. I have had trouble with the tops of our saplings being eaten, so I grabbed a cheap camera from Bunnings. In Central Vic, we used to catch the occasional coloured rabbit, especially around Maldon. They ranged from having a bluish tinge, to piebald, all the way to an orange tabby.
    So did taking a photo of them stop them from eating your saplings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPC View Post
    So did taking a photo of them stop them from eating your saplings?
    Nah! Its gotta be a deer, wallaby, roo or hare as the plants are a bit too tall for bunnies to get too. I happened to find a hare here many years ago, that was eating the seedling Manna gums we planted.

    A friend of ours, just a few ks from our place, gassed a rabbit warren but he found a dead quoll at the entrance. He stopped using the gas after that. I am also hoping to film a quoll or bandicoot one on our place.

    The camera, 32GB SD card and batteries only cost about $175.
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    So the wife and I drove down to near Winnap in the Patrol, camped for a night, and then did an overnight canoe trip with www.canoehire.com.au. It was pretty cool and we got to get up close with a stack of birds and wildlife....

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    I seen this critter out round Pembo WA...Rowdy critter with a foul smell
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    A whirlwind work trip over to the good ol USofA managed to squeeze in a quick stop off at one of the many awesome Texan Aquifers (springs) spotted from above. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Marcos_Springs Unbelievably fresh year round blue water for such an arid area with heaps of different Turtle species warming themselves on banks/logs etc....


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    Wow. Nice pictures.

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