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It’s back – at its bushy best

November 29, 2013

IMG_0075We have been remotely recording the nocturnal comings and goings at our birdbath for three years now. In that time we have only managed one visit from this critter (click HERE to view). This week we were surprised to find the Tuan or Brush-tailed Phascogale (Phascogale tapoatafa) was back in town and proudly displaying the eponymous body part. Even though it has featured in previous posts, it is the most exotic of the creatures to visit our bird bath (to date), so here it is again.

Not to be out-done, if you look carefully you can see the eye-shine of Wally the Southern Brown Tree Frog (Litoria ewingi) peeking out from under the branch to the right of the phascogale’s left ear. We haven’t seen Wally in a long time either.

IMG_0116-001P.S. Speaking of exotic animals visiting the birdbath, on the night before going to press, for the first time ever a Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) decided to stick its snout into the picture frame. Where’s Wally? It was obviously too much for Wally. It is nowhere to be seen.

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