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JamesPriest2

JamesPriest2

Have always loved Nature, and love looking around where ever I go to see what interesting animals, birds or plants I might find.

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JamesPriest2 Common Brushtail Possum (juvenile)
Common Brushtail Possum (juvenile) commented on by JamesPriest2 Brisbane, QLD, Australia2 years ago

Great photos. Remember seeing them in Hyde Park in Sydney at night when I lived in the inner city

JamesPriest2 Ghost Glass Frog
Ghost Glass Frog commented on by JamesPriest2 Provincia Cartago, Costa Rica2 years ago

Amazing looking eyes. Great pic

JamesPriest2 Galah
Galah commented on by JamesPriest2 NSW, Australia2 years ago

Hi Ava. Yes I think the drought has something to do with it. I think a lot more of the parrots and cockatoos are being seen more in suburban areas closer to cities for awhile now because there have been ongoing droughts in countries areas on and off for quite a number of years now. If they don't have a specific thing they feed on that's only found in one area they are attracted to where ever they can get food and water I would say

JamesPriest2 Rainbow Lorikeet
Rainbow Lorikeet commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia2 years ago

Yes they are lovely birds. They always seemed to avoid my yard, but I did notice them in one of my trees several times earlier in the year.

JamesPriest2 Net Casting Spider (Male)
Net Casting Spider (Male) commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia2 years ago

I see them in my yard every now and again Mark

JamesPriest2 Galah
Galah commented on by JamesPriest2 NSW, Australia2 years ago

Thank you Mark. I was visiting my cousins when I saw these particular Galahs. I am seeing them more often where I live in the outer Western suburbs of Sydney which wasn't a common thing once.

JamesPriest2 Shelf Fungi
Shelf Fungi commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia3 years ago

By the way I was going to update it to say possibly Pycnoporus coccineus ;-)

JamesPriest2 Shelf Fungi
Shelf Fungi commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia3 years ago

Ok thanks Neil. the thing they told me to do has generally always worked, but doesn't seem to want to today. I will try your suggestion. Thank you

JamesPriest2 Shelf Fungi
Shelf Fungi commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia3 years ago

Am trying to update it but it just doesn't seem to want to work for me. I've been told how to get around this error, but for some reason I can't get it to work. I wish Project Noah could correct it from there end as it is so annoying not being able to post or update posts without constant problems

JamesPriest2 Shelf Fungi
Shelf Fungi commented on by JamesPriest2 Sydney, NSW, Australia3 years ago

Ok thank you Neil. Interesting though that the suggestion was from another expert on another sight I'm on which is based here in Australia. Maybe not so much of an expert LOL

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