Well, yes. This morning I saw several native human beings :p
Slightly less facetiously, we don't get much in the way of wildlife near our house as we live in suburbia. We went to a Wildfowl and Wetland centre on Monday and saw lots of native and non-native animals there!
W see the local platypus population when we go to the park at the bottom of the street. No matter how many times I see them I still get excited. They're' so cute, and smaller than you expect …. and I get all gooey!
We caught a snake in our wood pile a couple of weeks ago too. it was only a small one and we trapped it in a plastic container and released it at the park. It was a harmless white lipped whip snake but we were still quite careful trapping it, and it got really mad!
At my place I see native birds including willy wagtails, magpies, Murray Magpies, rosellas, musk lorikeets, kookaburras, wattle birds, honey eaters, corellas, crested pigeons and noisy miners. At night I occasionally hear a boobook owl but haven't actually seen one here yet. A couple of weeks ago we saw a kangaroo about 3 kilometres out of town and we saw a blue tongue lizard.
Well...we went to the zoo today - does that count?!?! lol We have a MASSIVE local population of wallaby's and curlews...If I walked down my street right now I'd probably see several! We often see and hear kookaburra's near our house. It's been a while since we've just gone for a "nature" style walk so haven't seen a huge amount of wildlife lately. Mostly birds.