In the Spring the mothers bring their joeys with them and spend a lovely afternoon in the warming sunlight and I spotted this mother giving her joey a kiss. What a memorable moment.
Not Exactly wildlife, but they were so cute, The piglet races at Deni Ute Muster (click for the full story and more images) were held with the utmost professionalism. Ascot music, a race caller and a dramatic finish.
four wheel driving over sand and rough tracks towards the Wilyabrup seacliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean. The track at times disappears into vast areas of deep sand and we are privileged to see birds and grass trees as well as reptiles and kangaroos.
Mother Kangaroo stands tall while her joey feeds on the grass, the unusual attraction at Talbingo Tourist Park
Sunrise over Bay of Islands as we sailed into the Bay, followed by a dolphin watch cruise
It was almost felt like the butterflies wanted to get to know you. They were not afraid, landing on your arm or clothes to say hi.
Shy at first, the possum started to move down, he hesitated, then with a little bit of coaxing from a piece of apple he gradually made his way to ground, scooped up his treasure and scampered off into another tree to enjoy his prize.
I couldn’t believe that I could be a metre away from a wild stingray. As I paddled in the shallows, it seemed to come towards me on each wave breaking on the shore.
the stingray came swimming past me as I waded in the shallows of Hamelin Bay, Western Australia.
we were priviledged to view the mother swan sitting on her nest.