I walked around our property, then took a drive to the edge of the escarpment.
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[Apologies for the sound quality today. I think I had a cable rustling on my clothing near the microphone].
Caught in the act. This lizard climbs into a flower pot - not that it might find much of interest in there.
Frogs are commonly found in the watering can, usually at the end of the spout.
Unknown yellow flower - possibly a variety of daisy “Senecio”.
Possibly a member of the daisy family - “Senecio anethifolius” - Feathery Groundsel.
It was a very windy day today. I wasn’t going to get much further down this road. I didn’t have my chainsaw with me, so it was time to turn around.
A fine looking specimen of bull-hood. He ran off as I tried to get closer - I must have looked like I was trouble :-)
[Photo notes: the first two photographs were taken with a Nikon Coolpix 3700; the remainder with a Nikon Coolpix 5700].
November 13, 2004 fauna flora podcast