Send in your photos of wildlife for Redland City Bulletin's summer gallery

BIRDS, snakes, wallabies and other wildlife are starting to make themselves at home in backyards around the Redlands.

WILDLIFE: A Kookaburra bathes in the sunshine on a glorious afternoon. If you have snapped a bird recently, send it in. Photo: Jordan Crick.

WILDLIFE: A Kookaburra bathes in the sunshine on a glorious afternoon. If you have snapped a bird recently, send it in. Photo: Jordan Crick.

If you have snapped a photo of a feathered friend lapping up the sun on your property, then send it in using the form below and have it featured in Redland City Bulletin's summer gallery.

Residents have found wildlife in weird and wonderful places this year, including toilets, sheds, drains and pools.

Keep a look out for curlews, possums, wallabies, foxes, snakes and rare animals like bandicoots this summer as they make their way into your backyard.

WHAT'S THAT SKIP: A kangaroo among brown grass in a dry paddock. Photo: Stacey Whitlock.

WHAT'S THAT SKIP: A kangaroo among brown grass in a dry paddock. Photo: Stacey Whitlock.

Do not forget to let us know what suburb you had a sighting so others can keep an eye out in their neighbourhoods over Christmas.

In the meantime, take a look at our September gallery of snakes caught hiding on Redlands properties here.

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