The Western Grey Kangaroo

Western Grey Kangaroos tend to prefer the scubby areas of southern and south western Australia, but their range can also overlap with that of the Red Kangaroos. Around Ceduna  and the Nullarbor we call them scrubbers because they love to feed on the edges of a plain   and if something disturbs them they head for the scrub to hide. I have often seen  them peering through the trees at me  as  if they were playing peekaboo . During the long hot summers the scrubbers will dig down to the cool ground under the shade of trees  and lay there till twilight  and then off to feed during the cool of the night, For one of Australias most commonly seen  Kangaroos it has never been given the same noteriety as The Big Reds.  The Does  have a very sweet nature in general once they get used to you  but the bucks  after a certain age may become a little fiesty.

The Western Grey Kangaroo

Western Grey Kangaroos tend to prefer the scubby areas of southern and south western Australia, but their range can also overlap with that of the Red Kangaroos. Around Ceduna  and the Nullarbor we call them scrubbers because they love to feed on the edges of a plain   and if something disturbs them they head for the scrub to hide. I have often seen  them peering through the trees at me  as  if they were playing peekaboo . During the long hot summers the scrubbers will dig down to the cool ground under the shade of trees  and lay there till twilight  and then off to feed during the cool of the night, For one of Australias most commonly seen  Kangaroos it has never been given the same noteriety as The Big Reds.  The Does  have a very sweet nature in general once they get used to you  but the bucks  after a certain age may become a little fiesty.

The Western Grey Kangaroo

Western Grey Kangaroos tend to prefer the scubby areas of southern and south western Australia, but their range can also overlap with that of the Red Kangaroos. Around Ceduna  and the Nullarbor we call them scrubbers because they love to feed on the edges of a plain   and if something disturbs them they head for the scrub to hide. I have often seen  them peering through the trees at me  as  if they were playing peekaboo . During the long hot summers the scrubbers will dig down to the cool ground under the shade of trees  and lay there till twilight  and then off to feed during the cool of the night, For one of Australias most commonly seen  Kangaroos it has never been given the same noteriety as The Big Reds.  The Does  have a very sweet nature in general once they get used to you  but the bucks  after a certain age may become a little fiesty.