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Old Jun 18, 2007, 11:53 PM   #1
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Nice series, Rodney. Is he a regular visitor? And what is he (she?) eating?

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Rodney that is a great series. One gooood capture for you.


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Nice series, Rodney. Is he a regular visitor? And what is he (she?) eating?

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Thank You Kjell and Roger. She is a fairly regular visitor, some nights we miss her, sometimes for weeks, but you always know when she arrives, it sounds like a herd of elephants on the roof. We like to spoil her with red delicious apple as there are none growing in these parts.
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Neat series, Rodney! The photographs are excellent, though I'm not crazy about possums myself. The ones that used to hang around our barn in Texas weren't cute at all, and they kept getting into the cat food. One night I was down at the barn doing something with the horses, and one kept threatening me with some sizable teeth whenever I got a closer than it wanted. Not something to shoo away at all.
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Neat series, Rodney! The photographs are excellent, though I'm not crazy about possums myself. The ones that used to hang around our barn in Texas weren't cute at all, and they kept getting into the cat food. One night I was down at the barn doing something with the horses, and one kept threatening me with some sizable teeth whenever I got a closer than it wanted. Not something to shoo away at all.
Come, now Harriet! Weren't you at all influenced by Pogo as you grew up? My dogs had a large one backed into a corner of the yard the other night, and it was arched up, hissing and growling too, but they usually just roll over and "play possum" like they are supposed to. One of my dogs gently (?) brought a little one into the house last year probably thinking it was dead, and we took it back out; a few days later shebrought one inagain, only it was a little bigger. She did this repeatedly - probably the same one aswe watched itgrow - until it finally got killed or died of fright. For all I know, all the ozzie marsupials are as nasty as Tasmanian Devils, but Rodney's at least looks cute!

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our possums here are not near as nice looking.
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Great shots.

It's the blessing/curse of Oz that you have a wide diversity of fauna and flora.





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