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16 May 2017
Red necked are also relatively new on Red Hill - not sure what is guiding their recovery/expansion but a good sign

Kangaroo / Wallaby Macropus rufogriseus (Red-necked Wallaby)
waltraudMultiple Significant Sightings - waltraud has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Bulk Reporter - waltraud has reported over 100 sightings!Founding Explorer - waltraud joined us in 2014! wrote:
15 May 2017
Very clear, thanks for the photo Qwerty. There were doubts until a year ago or so that rednecks occur on Mt Majura. I see them occasionally parti...

Kangaroo / Wallaby Macropus rufogriseus (Red-necked Wallaby)
michaelbMultiple Significant Sightings - michaelb has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Ultra Reporter - michaelb has reported over 500 sightings!Founding Explorer - michaelb joined us in 2014! wrote:
14 May 2017
Apparently a domestic escapee, but same species.

Rabbit / Hare Oryctolagus cuniculus (European Rabbit)
QwertyBulk Reporter - Qwerty has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
14 May 2017
What of the colouring?

Rabbit / Hare Oryctolagus cuniculus (European Rabbit)
wombeyMultiple Significant Sightings - wombey has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Bulk Reporter - wombey has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
5 May 2017
Michael, It is the most common Nyctophilus to turn up in the ANWC Collection from the Canberra region and it certainly looks like geoffroyi. The...

Microbat Nyctophilus geoffroyi (Lesser Long-eared Bat)
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