GBW wrote:Went for a walk around the Tanjil River West Branch and saw three species of snake in a 2 hour period. Only managed a pic of two but the third was a Red Bellied Black.
GBW wrote:Thanks MickyB.
We went up Big Tree Rd to Downey Tk and across the river. I was attempting to get to Mt Whitelaw via Newlands Rd but the track seemed lost to the forest after the river...after a couple of hours bushbash we aborted. Beautiful area.
Tiger and Copperhead.
MickyB wrote:Does anyone know? The top one was on a track.
MickyB wrote:The bottom was on a ledge beside a waterfall.
This species is endemic to Victoria, Australia, and has an estimated range of approximately 200 km2. Its range appears to border near Lake Eildon, near Hoddles Creek, Lilydale and Healesville
The South Gippsland Spiny Crayfish occurs at Wilsons Promontory and the Strzelecki Ranges in southern Victoria.....The South Gippsland Spiny Crayfish appears to be restricted to the southern side of the Strzelecki Ranges
neilmny wrote:Orion wrote:Good one! But it looks like you forgot to fill in the tail.
Nicely spotted Orion....... Doh! um.....April 1st....very bad Dan
peregrinator wrote:Micky B, I don't understand how you can get so close to a lyrebird without provoking it to make its alarm call and disappearing rapidly. Well done, you.
ofuros wrote:A striking Giant barred frog from Koreelah NP....comfy in my hammock, in the darkness a pair of eyes close to the ground
reflected light from my headlamp, curiosity got the better of me I had to check it out.
GPSGuided wrote:Walked and explored through the network of unmarked tracks at Middle Head by Sydney Harbour, as I turned around a gun fortification through the dense bush, 2 stark naked homosapiens laid right in front of my feet on a tiny grassy clearing. Left me shocked and speechless. Couldn't even work out if the one on top was a male or a female whereas the one below was definitely a male of the species. They did not respond at all while I let lose an 'Oh!' before quickly scrambled up another track up the hill. Sorry, no photos for you guys.
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