This species was pretty common at Freycinet in Tasmania - as you can see from the ground underfoot, and the background BBQ, this was an animal that was used to human contact.
In fact it looked positively disappointed when I only talked to it over breakfast, rather than offer it some toast!
I think the individual was pretty much part of the house we rented! Most evenings we went for a bit of a drive or a wander looking for wildlife - the drives were more successful and much dryer! You can just about tell from the second picture that it had only just stopped raining.
You can find more animals from around the world at Saturday Critters (although you will to wait once more, until it actually is Saturday!) SM
such a cute critter!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh!!!! That is one adorable little rabbit:) If one of those showed up at my door, I'd flip out!ReplyDelete
Sometimes wild animals do become somewhat tame if people feed them. Sure makes photographing them easier!
Have a great day!
Cute little guy!ReplyDelete
Too cute! Love your photos.ReplyDelete
Lovely to have it visit you at breakfast.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous breakfast guest!ReplyDelete
Loved seeing your morning visiter He's a cutie!:)How amazing that the Wallaby was so tame. He would not have felt wet with such a thick warm coat.ReplyDelete
Looks like a cross between a kangaroo and a rabbit!ReplyDelete
My experience of macropods who don't get their toast is that they can get a bit tetchy... (she says, recalling the one which had a penchant for removing the clips from her hair...).... &*> YAM xx
Heel mooi en apart om hem zo tegen te komen.ReplyDelete
Up close and personal..Love the way he blends in to that stone wall..Great picture..ReplyDelete
Such an adorable visitor!ReplyDelete
Such a cutie.ReplyDelete
I agree with the other commenters! A very cute fellow!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful critter! Love your photos of them.ReplyDelete
Hello Stewart, your wallaby is so cute! Great shots! Thank you for linking up, sorry I am late commenting!ReplyDelete