Few recent herp shots

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by Snowfella, Dec 10, 2017.

  1. Snowfella

    Snowfella New Member

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    Since my first thread here went down rather quick, unfortunately as I found out also the case for the poor little blue tongue I inquired about I figured I might aswell put something positive in.
    Turns out I seem to be a snake magnet at the moment, birder by hobby but lately can't go for a single walk without finding something cold blooded to shoot, be it snake, skink or amphibian.

    RBB at Auburn Botanical Gardens, getting a bit of sun right in their Wallaby enclosures
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    Big Eastern Waterdragon, Nurragingy Reserve.
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    Common Tree Snake with prey, Caves beach NSW
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    Water skink, I think.
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    RBB, Nurragingy
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    RBB at the same location a day later
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    3 walks in a row I've come across RBB's and managed to get close, the other day with a laid back one. Sat down with camera in hand to see what kind of poses it would give me but had to back off 10 odd minutes later as it slowly was coming within my lenses minimum focusing distance.
     
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    Cleaning Out Bertha My Burmese Python.
    Love the RBB.
     
  3. richyboa72

    richyboa72 Well-Known Member

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    Great pics, wish we had that much reptiles in the wild in the U.K.,( you can keep the venomous ones and all the 8 legged beasties you have) we only got a few natives in the U.K., when I went to Greece in summer was great to see all the lizards about


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