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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Currawong, Jun 27, 2019.
I saw a car roll after hitting one. Was going too fast and just flipped!!!
Can you get that wombat to an animal shelter or something. Seems vulnerable to dog attack or getting run over.
Protect your native species.
Yes. we have many shelters for native animals that have been injured or attacked or young that have been left after a mother has been killed or injured. They are run by caring volunteers with their own money and running on the smell of an oily rag. There is some government funding, but very little, they are left to their own devices. I knew a old couple that ran one in North East Victoria. They were just 2 nice people that cared about animals.
Houlahound. The wombats that have been shown in this post, kindly by Currawong, are the most beautiful, intriguing animals you will ever see. Even though they are wild animals each one has it's own character. Some are shy, some very brazen and some very inquisitive. You cannot help but love them.
I think Echidnas are are well. Once they are use to you they actually don't mind being pet..!! I had a wild one (I am on the edge of the city) trying to dig in under my side fence a few years ago. Neighbour lady and I had to scoop the little'n up and relocate him out bush...
.....no went up to the New Englands for a week. Enjoyed it greatly but didn't hunt as much as I wanted, was feeling pretty crappy (came home on the Sunday night and went in for nasal surgery on the Tuesday to try and fix some damage that has been screwing me up for over a year now). Saw plenty but feeling as I was I spent lots of time in front of a fire (frosts most mornings) with a book. Fired one shot all week, only because I knew it would be a "Two'fer" as in two hogs for one shot....
Yep echidnas are cute when they're not putting holes in your hands
I always wondered why your avatar had no nose
What did you shoot two hogs with?? A .308?
This thread is quite enjoyable.
That's some weird-ass animals down UNDER
And did the Drop Bear come by for a nice stew, as well?
...... yep...with my handloads using a Nosler 165gn Ballistic Tip. "Bang" and they both dropped like a bag of...... well you know.
A few other wildlife pics from the last couple of years...
Desert lizard of some sort
Giant nest I found in the forest, about 1.5 metres wide. Probably Powerful Owl.
Wild horses (brumbies) up in the Snowies
There are semi-wild cattle everywhere up north, no fences, they just wander far and wide.
I was clearing a fence line of regrowth trees and found this swarm of ants
Perentie in the desert
This tree had been chewed up by Cockatoos to get to the grubs that live in the middle
Black snake outside my house
Couldn't leave home for fear my tire would blow
Neat pics. Thanks
Very cool Currawong.
That looks a great deal like a Tiger Snake mate !
Goanna in an old fence post ...
DRagon catching some rays...
Big Buck Roo that was sizing me up out bush !!
I hope you didn't stick your hand in that fence post
Friends of mine back onto the bush and a giant goanna decided to stake its claim on their territory. It would attack them every time they went out on their back deck. I had to fend it off once myself with a stick. One day she was trying to push it away with a broom and it charged in and bit her hand pretty badly, and she had to go to hospital for stitches and antibiotics. All sorts of nasties in their saliva. They had to get an animal catcher in to trap it and take it away in a cage.
That lizard you call a shingleback~ man, that's like prehistoric sht for sure- That is one ugly mug.
Very cool pics! great spread -
That is definately a tiger. Red belly blacks do not usually grow that big, and have distinct red underbelly that is very obvious. Just missed out on getting one of the Rams foot knives from GEC. Went on sale 6.30 - gone by 6.31. They are good these computer geeks, too quick for me. Have a good day mate.