Red-necked Wallaby – Macropus rufogriseus
Whipbird – Psophodes olivaceus
This particular wallaby is resident of my property. She is rarely without a pouch young or with the previous years joey in close proximity.
Whipbirds are more often heard than seen, however on occasion they can be seen scurrying through the undergrowth like squirrels, searching for arthropod prey.
From the exhibition “Manning Wild”, Manning Regional Art Gallery 2014
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