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ShannaB

ShannaB

My husband Nathan (NathBig) and I are keen wildlife spotters! We also rescue and rehabilitate native reptiles.

Queensland, AustraliaLat: -20.92, Long: 142.7

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ShannaB COMMON TREE SNAKE
COMMON TREE SNAKE commented on by ShannaB Cairns, QLD, Australia4 months ago

This is an incredible pic, Christiane - tragic and confronting without being gory. ANZANG entry in the 'Our Impact' section??

ShannaB Blue Nudibranch
Blue Nudibranch commented on by ShannaB QLD, Australia4 months ago

Thanks Lisa & Christiane!

ShannaB Blue Nudibranch
Blue Nudibranch commented on by ShannaB QLD, Australia4 months ago

Thanks Ashley! Jim, Albert is right - we found these washed up on the beach. We scooped out a hollow in the sand so we could see these guys floating, and I took the photo from above. They are absolutely tiny - in the second shot you can see the grains of sand floating on the surface of the water.

ShannaB Eastern Small-eyed Snake
Eastern Small-eyed Snake commented on by ShannaB New South Wales, Australiaa year ago

I checked with Nathan re the colour - wondering if it's leucistic. He thinks it's probably just about to shed. Small-eyed snakes are usually glossy black with a gorgeous rainbow sheen (like oil on water).

ShannaB tammar wallaby
tammar wallaby commented on by ShannaB South Australia, Australiaa year ago

Ohh, what a cutie! : )

ShannaB Blue Nudibranch
Blue Nudibranch commented on by ShannaB Queensland, Australiaa year ago

Thank you, Yasser!

ShannaB Blue Nudibranch
Blue Nudibranch commented on by ShannaB Queensland, Australiaa year ago

Thanks Marta! I've added it to the mission. : )

ShannaB Dusky Honeyeater
Dusky Honeyeater commented on by ShannaB Maroochydore, Queensland, Australiaa year ago

They're not commonly seen here either - I posted this one on a Sunshine Coast birdwatchers' page and they were all like 'whoa, is that a Dusky Honeyeater?' Michael Morcombe Field Guide says they are 'rare' south of Rockhampton but apparently the boundaries are being reconsidered.

ShannaB Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ShannaB Maroochydore, Queensland, Australiaa year ago

Nath reckons it might be a male banded orb-weaver, but I dunno...

ShannaB Red-backed Fairy-wren
Red-backed Fairy-wren commented on by ShannaB Maroochydore, Queensland, Australiaa year ago

It seriously was luck, Neil, this one and the Silvereye landed right in front of me!