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Wow, they finally got us some hay - nice Lucerne hay too:

 

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And all I can say is chomp, chomp, chomp, it's yummy!

I'm not even going to move when that woman comes out of her back door with that clicky thing.

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Nice.  Number one shows a powerful looking animal. 

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A powerful, intelligent/crafty animal methinks ?

FUJI

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I always enjoy your roo shots and these are no exception. Lovely!

Korky

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Well that beats feeding the birds in our back garden.  Are they approachable or shy or ...............

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Always great to see something a bit different... I do like the second shot.

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I wouldn't like to upset one of those. Great shots. 

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Thank you all for the comments. We are currently in our 'desert mode' we are so dry. Nearly all of our natural grass has gone and the 'roos are getting a bit desperate, so we got a bale of hay and put out three small piles each afternoon - and this does help to keep them from any decent garden plants.

12 hours ago, John2 said:

Well that beats feeding the birds in our back garden.  Are they approachable or shy or ...............

John, these are what we refer to as 'our regulars', probably born and raised in this area and they are very used to seeing us around, and we are not classified as a 'threat'. Our dogs are used to seeing them and do not chase them, and the 'roos just sit and watch as we move around. This one was only 10ft away from our back door. Also we are seen as a regular water supply spot, which has been very important this last hot Summer.

6 hours ago, Jacqui said:

Yes, I was wondering just how friendly they are to humans ....

Jacqui the only time we have to be careful is in breeding season when the 'big boys' can be a bit testy if you come across them unexpectedly. We're used to it, so no probs for us.

Guess there are going to be a few more 'roo shots over the next week or so - don't get bored!

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Love seeing your doorstep wildlife shots Dee :17_heart_eyes:

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