I'm going for a walk outside.
I'm looking out for different habitats, or homes for animals.
These ducks are going for a swim on Buffalo creek.
I wonder what else I can focus on through my viewing tube.
This rock ledge has heaps of cobwebs.
Ah! Some lizard footprints on the sand.
What's this under the moss? A trapdoor house for a spider.
This is a creek where fish and turtles live.
Here's a hollow in a tree trunk - a great home for possums, sugar gliders or lorikeets.
Ground covers like grass and ferns are great habitat for reptiles.
Here's a log with a hiding spot.
Tall trees provide the tree canopy . Birds can build their nests high in the branches.
Trees need to be really old to have hollows, so we've put these nesting boxes here to provide extra homes.
Here's a new habitat we're building for frogs.
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