A great experience of a curious spikey coming into me one damp and slightly misty morning,he came in to 7 yards,there are some pics of him above...
Thanks Jerome,I will be happy to walk with rifle when I`m right to go hunting again.
Hunting up close with a camera is actually far more...
I suffered an injury some time ago and haven't carried a rifle since late last year but have managed on a few rehab walks to carry my camera for...
Tahr and more Tahr imo. Foot walking from the river bottoms to the highest tops will give the keen hunter something to really remember considering...
Welcome,where are you based in OZ? (if you are)
Thanks cob,There are quite a few more on here that I have posted around the traps.I saw a few deer this week on quite a few occasions but late in...
Better late than never with a tardy reply. I just found this thread and have to say I enjoyed reading your account,well done.
Always good to have the kids out for a day. We headed into some steep broken country early am.
my hunt mate and his son in the photo`s below...
Snapped a few pics off the other night.
A pair of young stags that I had seen earlier that morning heading into cover did the right thing by me...
Right on Blue..here is a young one from tonights run around the hills.
I watched this young fella stag stroll out of the bush to some feeding hinds and calves late the other evening.When he looked over his...
Added a pic with a slightly different angle,plus my head gets in as well:p
A fat tiger snake,another top ten killer that lives all around here.
Eastern Brown Snake one of Australias worst.
And a kilo of just steamed mussels raked from a jetty pile. Yes mouth watering alright!
SOUTHERN BOOBOOK OWL/RACE LEUCOPSIS
Only the second time that I have ever captured an owl with my camera,rarely ever seen in daylight in the bush...
This was cooked in a Bedourie oven,a lighter version of the traditional cast iron camp oven in the back ground.
Yes they are new to me and very interesting as said..it sends out messages to my mind to use on my taxidermist.
A Crimson Rosella,quite common in some places. Followed by a buck `roo,I took the pics yesterday.
Interesting mounts there.
Irish Paddy was telling his mate Mick about his first sky dive when he was in the Irish Army.
When I got to the door of the plane , I...
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