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B is for Brunch at Bella Italia (breakfast pizza 😍🍕) and a lovely walk and trip to see the animals at Beale Park

My absolute favourites had to be the baby meerkats- I really wanted to bring one home with me! 16 more words

Life

Wavering

There are some weeks that you breeze through, full of energy. Then there are others that you feel you’re never going to see the end of! 40 more words

Photography

45/365

Aeryn was much, much better today, thankfully. All that sleep must have done her some good!

We all went to Birmingham Wildlife and Conservation Park for our final meeting with Charlotte and Nick before they leave for India on Thursday. 290 more words

Toddler

Out of Africa

Camp Verde, Arizona – Nov 27, 2015

Photography

Winter wildlife

I made the most of a sunny, crisp winter’s morning to get over to the  Aspinall Foundation’s Port Lympne wildlife park and see how the animals, many more used to a warmer climate, were coping with this cold spell. 35 more words

Photography

Dingoes do bark: why most dingo facts you think you know are wrong

Eloïse Déaux, Université de Neuchâtel

As I visited a wildlife park in New South Wales in 2011, the keeper at the daily “dingo talk” confidently told us that “pure dingoes don’t bark”. 893 more words

Reblogs

Emu

The emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) is a large, flightless bird, in the ratite group, second in size only to the ostrich (found in Africa). Native to Australia, the emu’s closest relative is the much more rare, and colorful cassowary. 251 more words

Australia