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Australian Birds and Animals seen in their Natural Habitat while Traveling

By Edited Jun 22, 2015 2 5







My husband and I spent fourteen months traveling right around Australia in our Nissan 4x4 and our Jayco outback caravan.During this time we have seen some beautiful countryside and also a number of birds and animals in their natural habitat.


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This would look beautiful in the backyard


We have our own aviary in our back yard and missed our precious birds so we made sure we captured a few of those in their own natural environment.



Birds are no different, whether in the bush or in an aviary.They still have their little quirks and soon learn how to get the tourists to feed them.Some learn how to eat out of their hands even though they are wild by nature.

Update: We have since sold that home and shifted. Sadly we had to leave all our birds behind and now have to be content to enjoy all the hundreds of beautiful birds in their natural environment as we travel all over Australia.


Some of these shown in the pictures I did not enjoy seeing We have seen loads of emus on our travels. Often they dart out of the bush and cross the road in front of you.  I wonder if they were playing the old game of chicken... I can get to the other side before you..


This e-book will guide you through the steps of buying an aviary, setting it up and selecting your finches. It will also explain the plants to avoid if you choose to have plants in your aviary.

It covers illnesses, feeding and caring for them and also gives you suggestions for different types of finches you can breed in this lovely aviary.


Mar 13, 2010 2:16pm
What a marvelously enjoyable read. The photos are exquisite. Well done.
Mar 13, 2010 2:18pm
So glad you weren't driving a Toyota 4x4. Things might have taken a roller coaster ride.
Mar 13, 2010 11:00pm
sullysee, Actually it is funny you say that because we started out in a 4.2 nissan after turning back and rebuilding the motor, then did a gbox after about 10,000 k's so had to trade in on another underpowered nissan (finances made choice limited) on return home we put a chevy 6.5 in now we have the power and thinking of taking off again in few months.
Thanks for stopping by
Mar 14, 2010 2:34pm
Fascinating. The photos were slow revealing themselves but well worth the wait.
Mar 14, 2010 9:51pm
ethel Yes, I have noticed that, and I have reduced them right down to a 18 size pixel so it should be ok they ther 57. pixels when taken
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