Victoria Crowned Pigeon
Birds

Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Feathers of the Forest

Area:
Papua New Guinea
Status:
Near-threatened
Quick Fact:

Victoria crowned pigeons are the largest pigeons in the world!

These birds tend to mate for life, with the female usually laying a single egg per clutch, which both the male and female incubate for around 30 days. Both parents also produce a ‘milk’ from their crops to feed their chicks for the first few days of their life.

Bennett’s Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus)
Mammals

Bennett’s Wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus)

Wallaby Walkabout

Area:
Coastal forests of eastern and southeastern Australia, common in Queensland, northeastern New South Wales and Tasmania
Status:
Least concern
Quick Fact:

Wallabies are best known for hopping; however, they can also crawl and swim!

Our wallabies are very friendly, often stopping to sunbathe on the paths and inspect any passing visitors!

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