Discussion in 'Hunting Australia & New Zealand' started by sambarhunter, Mar 1, 2013.
Couple of deer seen late arvo. Was hoping to see a stag,no luck.
way to go sambahunter your a walking deer magnet im convinced
Very nice pictures, thanks for sharing. What a beautiful part of the world.
Thank you for sharing your pictures.
I enjoy seeing wildlife from around the world.
Looks like you could have a few Kuala hanging out in the Eucalyptus tree to.
Thanks for comments members.
Yes we do have Koalas here and often around the house,I have a pic or two of them hanging about and if you fellas can be bothered you will see a lot of other photos I have added onto the "start the aussie ball rolling thread" much better than the photos I have just posted here.
bluey any magnetism is directly related to how much time one spends in the bush imo.
Wedge Tailed eagle Aussie icon
A pair came off a dead wallaby this morning and I managed to snap a few off.
Tough to get pictures of raptors flying.
Beautiful bird, thanks !
Runners heading for the bush - Sambar
anither 13 or 14 inches and when he stopped to look back, that wouldve been about the end of that
jesus its dry there samba hunter ,
is the only water down in that gully ?
No the water is a fair way off,they are there for the wild briar browsing,about the only green for miles!
That one looking back is a different stag Bluey,same night,same place,just higher up the hill.
my mistake i thought his mum ran to port side of that shrub and he stopped on the starboard side to look back
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 shoulder and stared back at the bush a few times I thought that " the big boy might be coming" to no avail though.
he definately has all the gear there sambahunter
just needs a couple more years.
out of interest how big do you say he is ,id guess 25" tops.
how far am i out ?
looks a bit nicer there with a bit of green chew under neath the dry stuff.
i thought you may looking for a hoggie this month , ive only had one go this season and may get another go in the morning .
Right on Blue..here is a young one from tonights run around the hills.
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 that evening and came out where I had anticipated,all went well until the wind shift.
Always like to see the live sambar pics...well done.
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 the day with poor light makes the problem of taking pics.
Separate names with a comma.