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First there were 6, then …
On 1st Dec 2011 we buy 6 guinea fowl in two shades of colour as we have read how their diet mostly consists of insects – including paralysis ticks! After a few weeks we move them to bigger cage but … Continue reading
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Posted in Diary: Rain and Planting and Observations of Wildlife Tagged bandicoot, bearded dragon, blue-faced honey-eater, brush turkey, butcherbird, coucal, figs, green tree frog, grey shrike-thrush, little black cormorant, native habitat, pale-headed rosella, pied cormorant, purple swamp hen, spotted turtle-dove, striped marsh frog, tawny frogmouth, verreaux's skink, white-necked heron, wildlife 2 Comments