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Vegie gardening with wildlife

It is possible to grow vegies and still have wildlife visit without having to construct barricades to prevent them eating your vegetables. Here is a simple example showing how vegies are grown and not browsed by wildlife even though surrounding the raised beds there are numerous scats.

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Here are some of the wildlife that visit my garden - photos taken using a motion sensor camera. In this bed there is lettuce, beetroot, zuchini's and squash - not a leaf has been nibbled!

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Pademelon

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A bettong.

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Long-nosed potoroo

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A young pademelon

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A male and female brush-tailed possum.

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Beautiful eastern barred bandicoots - a mother with her young.