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    Very interested in the wedgie pics, beautiful birds, what I know the younger birds are brown but as they age up to 10 years and over they mature to a more brown/ black, so the dark birds you have photographed are of a good age.

    not a fan of feral cats AT ALL :-(

    beaut TC photos HM, thanks
    If I had 8 hours to chop down a tree, id use the first 6 hours to sharpen my axe.

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    Set up my trail camera over a small gnamma hole and the last week has many visits ...
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    "Walk softly ...... listen long"

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    Wow! Great photos, Hairyman! Thanks for sharing!

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    My trail cam has been out for a couple of weeks over the rock hole again.....
    A nice Bells phase monitor, a male feral cat and plenty of echidna activity....
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    "Walk softly ...... listen long"

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    Just had my trail cam out for the last 2 weeks, no sign of cats, echidnas or possums but a
    couple of new characters have showed up....
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    Trail Cameras are a great device and can be used for many applications. I am sure you will get great enjoyment from its use. Mine is a Stealthcam G30. The attached shots from it are a Wild Dog which I am fairly sure was hunting Rabbits. The Bullock is one that the propery owner took from my camera I have loaned him at his trap yards. This Bullock is one of his that has gone feral and has not been mustered for about 10 years. I am mainly using my camera to help with feral pest control on this property in NQ. The other shot is of Feral Pigs feeding on a dead cow.Bullock on Stealth Cam.jpgSTC_0111.jpgSTC_0144.jpgSTC_0050.jpg
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    Great pictures. This is a small representative sample of the problem ferals we have in the Australian bush. Are you active in feral control ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by remington View Post
    Great pictures. This is a small representative sample of the problem ferals we have in the Australian bush. Are you active in feral control ?
    Sporadically.
    "Walk softly ...... listen long"

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