Geez, that's it. I'm happy with that; you've solved it I reckon. Yes, we have wedgies and sea eagles. Do you know what tracks they are? Wedgy or sea eagle? Apparently Tassie sea eagles are a bit smaller than those on the mainland. Sea eagle then; I found another picture of white breasted sea eagle tracks, and they look the same as your picture and mine. Well done Thrud .
large three toe, id say emu .... small web print maybe a duck of some kind, can not quiet work out if there is a third print there? looks small hooves? maybe a dear or sheep?No takers for the last one so....
Who's been here?
I'm guessing fox, but not based on knowledge. They do look like small pads and there are no claw marks. I imagine a fox moving around and digging a fair bit would keep it's claws short. Front claws tend to need trimming, even on a dog that does a fair bit (mine). It could be a cat! If you didn't mention fox or dog, I would have said cat.Dog or fox?