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A couple of Kea posing. These alpine parrots are a common companion above tree line in New Zealand.
Swamp Wallaby, outside my office window looking in at me..Goanna outside our kitchen window, irritating all the local birds. (He climbs trees and pinches eggs from nests).
Roger, I really like the look of that swamp wallaby. Do you have any recipes for wallaby stew?--B.G.--
Well, maybe it isn't exactly a rose...
to make a mistake...
From a recent Costa Rican trip:Tayra on the prowlScarlet macawsIguanaVultures feasting on iguanaCapuchin monkey
Edited by Dondo on 02/17/2010 18:38:25 MST.
Nice composition! Cool.Been using snowshoes this Winter and have noticed tracks in the snow, too. I followed what I think were fox tracks for a while last weekend. I found it interesting how many animals are out and about in snow based on the tracks I've seen.
Costa Rican pics are awesome.
Very strange creatures. Nice pics.
Bass Lake- Pt. ReyesAlligator Lizard
High Altitude Amphibians & LizardsKings River, Crown Basin10,916 ft
Bumble Rare and deadly green viperprairie rattler
Edited by nicktruax on 03/14/2010 20:24:28 MDT.
Arizona Bark Scorpion
Edited by greg23 on 03/14/2010 21:32:33 MDT.
This joey (a young Kangaroo) sneaks a drink of milk from its pregnant mothers spare teat.
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