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 […]
via Wildlife Visitors in April 2018 — My Wild Australia
A member of the New South Wales Parliament is calling for warning signs at a hospital that has become a hot spot for tourists wanting kangaroo selfies after several attacks there.(Image credit: Paul Kane/Getty Images)
via Australian Politician Warns Tourists: Don’t Feed The Kangaroos — News : NPR
By blocking some of the sunlight hitting the reefs, conservationists hope to dial down the rapid decline of coral.
Read Complete article from National Geographic News here
via Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect the Great Barrier Reef — National Geographic News
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 […]
via Wildlife Visitors in December 2017 — 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 […]
via To Feed Or Not To Feed Backyard Wildlife — My Wild Australia
Looks like Cow No. 4 of New Brunswick has successfully spread the secret of how to swim to freedom.
Cow escapes Australian cattle ship and swims for freedom – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-37984509