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  • Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

    Just outside Canberra (the national capital) in the foothills to the Australian Alps is the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. It covers 55 square kms and is home to a wide range of Australian native animals and birds.

    This is a brolga


    A native tortoise


    The usual roos




    and an emu
    Terry
    Canberra - The Nation's Capital
    E-620 plus stuff

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    Re: Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

    Love the turtle Terry!
    How great to capture a Brolga.
    Last time we were there a fire had caused quite a bit of damage. We always enjoy the drive out to the Space Centre. And last visit thought that the Arboretum in Canberra was really going ahead and looking good.

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    • #3
      Re: Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

      Looks a lovely place to take photographs.
      The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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      • #4
        Re: Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

        The second roo (young female?) has my pick with her being nicely in focus (it's a shame some of the others aren't in focus).

        Ross
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