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@casperkrohn_photography

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@bananakirkland

Enjoying meeting the neighbours in the Swedish tundra as part of the @fjallravsprojektet

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Just hanging out for the weekend here folks !

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@lachlan_gilding_photography

. Spotted Harrier . . Just to break up the Tassy photos for a quick second, here is a photo of what may be my favourite Australian bird of prey, the Spotted Harrier. I’ve never had much luck getting close to these birds but I think the wide perspective adds to the photo anyway in this case.

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Australian Raven showing the white eye, powerful beak, plumage gleaming black in the sun and the hackles on the throat showing ♾

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@dupageforest

***Our Willowbrook Patient of the Week*** . This trio of troublemakers are young herring gulls. These birds are naturally curious and bolder than a lot of Willowbrook’s patients and enjoyed playing with towels as their enclosure was being cleaned. . Gulls are very social birds and enjoy each other’s company, even though at times they can loudly bicker over food! . However, we have to choose their roommates carefully as they can bully smaller birds. On a hot day like today, a nice clean, cold dip in the pool is a must for these water birds. . All three of these birds were orphaned, two with minor injuries as well. They just need time and some flight exercise before they are released. And lots of fish along the way! . #patientoftheweek #herringgull

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

One very wet Kookaburra 🌱🍂

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@lachlan_gilding_photography

. Common Wombat . . Despite the fact that Wombats are a relatively common site in south-eastern Australia, for the most part they are active by night so getting decent photos can be tough.. that’s not the case in Tassy. Wombats seem to be a lot more diurnal in Tasmania, this may be due to a lack of predators and the very cold climate!

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Eastern Yellow Robin 🐦🐤🐦 One of Australia’s larger robins around 15-16cm in length, I encountered this little one flicking from tree to tree among the very wet Dandenong Ranges 🌱

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Just having a big old yawn 😴 Was a big day of screeching and destroying golf turf ⛳️😂👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

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@jo_foto

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Australian beauty 🌱🦜Rainbow Lorikeet to brighten up your day 🌞

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@australianwildlifeencounters

It’s World Snake Day! 🐍 We thought we’d celebrate it with this stunning Coastal Taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus) found in the far northern Kimberley region, WA.

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

The Aussie Echidna 🦔🌱This cute Australian native is a keystone species in the ecosystem health of Australia, due to their contribution through bioturbation - a mixing process which increases nutrients and species diversity in soil. Digging also helps to capture and retain leaf litter in soil, and traps organic matter below the surface, releasing nutrients into the soil which are then beneficial to resident species 😊

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Took a trip out to the Dandenong Ranges despite the wet weather, both myself and the kookaburra were rather wet and frazzled by the end of the trek through the rain forest but I did encounter my first ever lyrebirds, one male and one female! A few small Eastern Yellow Robins were also a first and countless Cockatoos and Crimson Rosellas 🌱

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

🦊 Hokkaido Fox 🦊

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@lachlan_gilding_photography

. Morepork . . A couple of shots of some obliging Moreporks from my two weeks in Tassy. These guys turned out to be quite common on the island and didn’t mind sitting for the odd photo. Photo’s one and three were taken on the north coast and second photo showing a Morepork with a New Holland Honey Eater in his talons was taken in the far South-east.

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Well hey there cutie ! Crimson Rosella 🌱 Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺

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@lachlan_gilding_photography

. Eastern Barred Bandicoot . . In my opinion this species has to be the best Bandicoot in Australia. This is another species that I was very excited to see whilst in Tassy last week and although it took a little longer than I expected, I was eventually put onto a great spot where these guys were plentiful. Unfortunately they were incredibly shy and thus getting a decent shot proved a little to difficult. For now this shot will have to do the job!

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

I always expected the teeth of a wombat to be yellow or orange like a beaver .. turns out they’re rocking some pearly whites ! 😆

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Reckon they see me ? 😆🦘🦘🦘

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@pekkavainio

Red-throated Diver - kaakkuri Repovesi NP

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@jo_foto

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@yousnoozeyoumoose

Looking into the weekend like 😀😄😃! Rainbow Lorikeet - Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺

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@dupageforest

**Our Willowbrook Patient of the Week*** . This behind-the-scenes guy flies under the radar, but is in fact a permanent resident here at Willowbrook. Our gorgeous male wood duck has lived here since 2014 with a wing injury that prevents him from flying. But, just like all of our ambassador animals here, he now has an important job. During the baby season, he acts as a surrogate parent to the difficult-to-raise wood ducklings. While we get hundreds of orphaned mallards in for treatment, we see far fewer wood ducks. These ducks nest in tree cavities and are much more secretive in the wild. In a rehab setting, they exhibit higher stress and can be more difficult to get eating well. That is where Dad comes in. His presence makes the young ones feel more at ease and they have an adult to model behaviors after. Wood duck males molt into a more female-like appearance in summer that will last into the fall. He can be spotted in the picture by his colorful beak and protective position. When he’s in his breeding plumage, he’s a sight to behold. His brilliant colors liven up our rehab Avian Flight Cage all year long. After his dad duties are over, this handsome guy gets to kick back and hang with some of the waterfowl patients recovering in his enclosure throughout the rest of the year. #patientoftheweek #woodduck

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@pekkavainio

Year of duck - day 191

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@lachlan_gilding_photography

. Eastern Quoll . . If you are over seeing Eastern Quoll photos then you should probably hit unfollow because there is more on the way... Eastern Quolls are one of my favourite Australian mammal species so getting the chance to finally see and photograph them in the wild was a treat. I was lucky enough to photograph several individuals of both colour types (Tan / Black). Tan Quolls are by far the most common with the Black morph Quolls only making up less then 30% of the population. This particular Quoll was photographed just meters away from my last Eastern Quoll post on Bruny Island. Note the nasty looking injuries on this animals legs. I believe this has something to do with parasites, I unfortunately noticed signs of this on a lot of Quolls on Bruny Island.

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