Sunday, 23 October 2016

Black Swans and a Wascally Wabbit

This video shoes  a female Black Swan with four advanced cygnets. These were filmed at Pitcher Pde Reserve near Launceston, Tasmania.



On Friday morning I went out to film Humpback Whales. All I came home with was  some shots of this wascally wabbit eating daisies by a disused railway line :-)



The European Rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, was introduced to Tasmania in the 1820s. The first feral populations were recorded in 1827 in south-eastern Tasmania. (Source: dpipwe)

The daisies are Capeweed, Arctotheca calendula. (Introduced from South Africa)
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7 comments:

  1. Hello, beautiful video on the Black Swans. I love the cute rabbit. Great post. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  2. Even though they are a real pest, I can't help but like the wascally wabbits!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thanks Stewart. They cause a few peoblwms on my small block but this one isn't doing too much damage living between a car park and a railway line in town :-)

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