Close Encounter With Whale Leaves 2 Police Officers Beyond Impressed — TIME

Police officers were in for the highlight of their lives when a whale swam up to their boat to make friends. A video captured a whale swimming up to their patrol boat off of Queensland, Australia’s coast on Sunday. The whale popped in and out of the water to say hello, and put on a…

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Wildlife Visitors in April 2018 — My Wild Australia

I was somewhat busier than normal in April so didn’t have as much opportunity to take many photos of the wildlife visitors, so I only have a few to share with you on this occasion. Here are two sulphur crested cockatoos, eyeing me off and walking up and down the veranda, probably wanting to have a […]

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Wildlife Visitors in December 2017 — My Wild Australia

December was a busy time leading up to Christmas, and it was hot, but I do have some wildlife visitors to share with you. And I am really excited to introduce you to several brand new visitors in my backyard! 🙂 The kookaburras have become regular visitors once again. And here at long last, is […]

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To Feed Or Not To Feed Backyard Wildlife — My Wild Australia

Feeding backyard wildlife is a worldwide phenomenon – people feed squirrels in backyards in Canada, hedgehogs in England, raccoons in the USA, and possums in Australia. Whether or not people should feed wildlife in their backyards is a controversial topic and a very complex one. Here are my thoughts on both the for and against […]

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