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    Now this little fella ran onto to the road and stopped just in front of us. We stopped and grabbed the camera, (Totally wrong lense fitted). I nudged his tail a few times before he flared up, but wouldn't move.

    He even tried to run at me. What a display! He really didn't like it when I picked him up and put him to one side!

    It was a magnificent day trip to the Lower Glenelg National Park, Nelson and back home via Swan Lake and Telegraph Rd.

    To top it off, we saw a pair of wedge tailed eagles hoeing into a dead wallaby. They were very nervous so we left them to it.
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    Not often folk get one of these 'birds' landing in their backyard! Apologies for the Toyota.

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    A double rotor push me pull you whirly bird. Very rare but very noisy.
    They sometimes eat troops or vehicles and spit at rivals at 600 rounds per minute.

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    Some may not be aware that whilst Palm Cockatoos are the impressive punk rocker drummers of the Aussie Parrot family they are an increasing rarity & officially endangered with a declining population. They mate for life & only breed when conditions are right, which is less & less thanks to human activities. With this in mind we felt privileged to get a visit from two adults & their young offspring this morning. They had circled around for a bit of a 'reccy' yesterday (Boxing day) morning & we wondered at the time if they were checking out the fruit on the recently flowered Leichardt tree, but no, it was the Beach Almonds they were interested in.

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