Boolarra pics

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    ReptilianGuy Well-Known Member

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    thought i'd add pics up of shnakeygirls and my trip to boolarra yesterday to see how all was coming along after the boolarra fires in jan...
    we got into boolarra and came across a beautiful black-shouldered kite only to realise i left the camera at home!!!
    so flew back to come across a wedge tailed eagle unfaisedly being chased by crows. shnakeygirl got excited as ths was her first wedgy siting in the wild and mine at such a close distance...

    well got my camera and shot back to boolarra and then we came across an amazing White Bellied Sea Eagle, which was a surprise and very unexpected. tried to get close to where it was in the tree but it took flight so only got pics of it in flight...
    then proceeded to get pics of some of our snakes and frogs we found.

    all in all there was plenty of birdlife around compared to our last visit to the area, and are looking forward to the more warmer months just around the corner
    sea eagle xcl.jpg sea eagle close.jpg sea eagle.jpg demon stare.jpg reptilianguy and boss tree.jpg
     
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    Great stuff, some nice snakes and photos.
    Thanks Tim.
     
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    great photos and great looking animals
     
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    Is the camo gear so you can sneak up on the critters?


    Stewart
     
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    haha nah, wish it was that good tho. bit better looking than the khaki's that some get about in :lol:
     
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