Another turtle sitting on the road – and removed to an adjacent paddock.
Take note: If picking up a turtle to move it out of harm’s way, hold it at arms length from your body as they tend to urinate as a defense mechanism. Thankfully I already knew this.
Our friend the old, male swamp wallaby helping himself to a sneaky snack of vine leaves.
The road seems to be a popular place for the local fauna to hang out. This snake-necked turtle was slowly plodding along until I stopped to move it to a paddock to one side of the road. My dilemma was to try to determine which side of the road it might have been heading for otherwise it may try to cross the road again (and once again place itself in danger from passing traffic).