Roaming echidnas

A few echidnas have been sighted in the Reserve, lately. They range surprisingly far, through and around.

Echidna's tail, January

Echidna’s tail, January

And, they can move very quickly!

They are very active in searching for ants and you can see their characteristic digs, especially in places where the soil is sandy.

In Australia, the short-beaked echidna may be found in many environments...

In Australia, the short-beaked echidna may be found in many environments…

2 responses to “Roaming echidnas

  1. I was in the reserve in January and was delighted to get up close and personal with an Echidna wandering along not far from the car park.

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