December 03, 2010

Kangaroos in our garden

The family portrait.
Mum Dad and Bubs..  

Look what we found munching on our grass in the garden late  afternoon today. We have seen them really close but never in our own garden.
The house in the background is our next door neighbours. not sure if you can pick the wire fence between us. It was so exciting to see them. Hope they decide to come regular... there is plenty of grass to share with them. We are totally amazed at just how much wildlife we are getting on a 1/2 acrea lot.

Check out the short movie. The Kangaroos looking left then right to cross the road... leaving our garden.
http://www.youtube.com/user/dorspage?feature=mhum
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12 comments:

Susan Roux said...

Its cute until they start eating everything you plant! I've had deer frequent my flower gardens for years. It can be a nightmare! You seem to have an abundance of beautiful creatures coming. Keep your camera clicking!

Gretchen Bjornson ART said...

Are they as common there as deer are here? What an amazing place you live!

Jan said...

Have to agree that wildlife in your yard is thrilling at first but can get really tiresome when they start to destroy the garden and yard!

These are beautiful creatures though and I can see why you're enjoying them.

Pat said...

Wow!
Hope they leave you some grass to enjoy! xx

RLT Art said...

Oh wow! They are so cute.

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

Wow! None of these here either!

Suzanne said...

The look so cute,
I've never seen them real, only in a movie:)It must be great to have
wildlife in your own garden!
Have a great weekend,
Suzanne

Dors said...

So glad you all like the wildlife3. Hugs for commenting. If you would like to see our very short movie of them crossing the road from our garden. I will post the link on the article on my blog.
I had better get some drawing done.

DEB said...

This is too funny! The folks in the western part of our county have black bear in their gardens. I think I'd rather look out and see kangaroos!

Dors said...
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Dors said...

I would be so scared of black bears.

I'll send a few Roos over to you Deb. LOL.

Linda said...

You certainly get some charming visitors to your garden. :) Linda