Who's That in Your Pocket?

 Be quick with your camera - before they bound out in a flash!

    Wallabies abound in the Aussie bush. They are shy, quick on their feet and can disappear in the blink of an eye. Family groups tend to habit the same paddocks and gardens and there are few families that have have had several children, all whom have grown up in and around our yard. 

    During the dry months, one can see as many as twenty lining up around the birds water bowls waiting for their turn for a drink. Which is quite interesting, considering the fact that the water bowls are small, while the surrounding paddocks have dams and water troughs for cattle.  We think they come for the birds. 

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Previous Slide 1/8 NextWallabiesWallie is having a nice dayWallie is having a nice dayHmm - do I hear something?Hmm - do I hear something?Wait! Why the hurried getaway?Wait! Why the hurried getaway?Wait a sec - I think I see somethingWait a sec - I think I see somethingIs that another nose?Is that another nose?Who's peeking out of your pouch?Who's peeking out of your pouch?Is that Joey Jr hiding in there?Is that Joey Jr hiding in there?Joey senior wants a cuddle tooJoey senior wants a cuddle too

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