Thursday, 14 June 2018

A mob of whiptail wallabies

I was delighted to stumble across a mob of whiptail wallabies this morning on a walk along the coast from 1770. Compared to most other kangeroos and wallabies, they were very approachable and consisted of a male with several females and juveniles. As you can see in the photos below, one of the females has a large joey in her pouch, though the animal itself is not visible.

Black-faced cuckoo-shrike.

Dusky honeyeater.

Forest kinfisher

Sacred kingfisher

Juvenile leaden flycatcher.

Rainbow bee-eater.

White-throated honeyeater

A Pacific Baza, this time on the campsite at 1770.

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