Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary is about an hour outside Melbourne. Had a very good day with Milan, Kirsten, James and Hasseena. Look, Am-knee-mals!
Forest Fairies (Leadbeater Possums), they're noturnal. Didn't even see them and they were still the cutest things there.
I'll be damned if I can rememeber all these bird names.
This is the Wipe for Wildlife Campaign. It is as follows:
The philosophy is simple. Flushing trees down the toilet doesn't make sense! Especially in times of Climate Change and especially when toilet paper can be made from waste products such as recycled paper. Millions of trees are flushed down the toilet each year so that we can all wipe our bums and bits. In fact, Australians currently flush millions of trees down the toilet each year! We can all help our environment and wildlife simply by choosing recycled toilet paper. Ones that:
• Use 100% post-consumer waste
• Are made within Australia
• Uses non-toxic chemicals.
And its AWESOME.
Apparently those pouches go a good ways back, thank you for demonstrating, guys.
They had this marked as an iguana...?
Wallaceeee! (No Wallaehh)
Peleicans, there no clown fish in their mouths. :(
Flying Foxes - they were huge and beautiful.
Also, regardless of what anyone tells you, what I said was: "No wonder someone would make a superhero out of these things." Although what was misheard is hilarious.
This little guy (I can't rmemeber what he was) was 4 days old.
Lyre Bird: if you don't know how bad ass this bird is, watch this:
Do I have to tell you what these are?
Believe it or not, these pictures are different, I couldn't decide which one to put up. :P
ZOMG. How can you not love that?! The second one reminds me of Evan.
Echidnas, in the same pen as the koalas
Continued campaign for the aforementioned Wipe for Wildlife Campaign
D'awe. So sleepy. Taking pictures in the sun all day can be so exhausting.
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