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Green Tree Frogs are often found frequenting the organic fingerlime orchard and provide a welcome natural pest control service. Photo Alan Page - Jul 2011    Close [ X ]
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Wompoo Pidgeon - once thought to be virtually extinct in NSW, numerous sightings of this spectacular fruit pidgeon have been made on the Fingerlime Colours farm. Photograph Alan Page - Aug 2011    Close [ X ]
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White faced Heron - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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White headed Pidgeon - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Brown Cuckoo Dove - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Bar-shouldered Dove - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Echidna - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Friar Bird - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Brown Thornbill - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Monarch Butterfly - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Wood Ducks - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Fresh water turtles - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Black Comorant - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Rainbow Lorikeet - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Pretty Face Wallaby - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Scarlet Honeyeater - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Rose breasted Cockatoo - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Carpet Python - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Water Dragon - © Marilyn Dunstan - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Sea Eagle - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Brahminy Kite flying in from the Tweed coast some 30 Kilometres east of the fingerlime orchard. - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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Native bees (Trigona) are now the primary pollination providers for the entire property - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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A high population of native frogs is our best barometer of robust ecological health. - Sep 2011    Close [ X ]
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The Pristine Environment in which our Fingerlimes flourish. - 27/07/2011