I've been trying over the last year or so to get a really good Echidna photo. It's difficult mainly because they are so low to the ground and often vegetation obscures the view.
This collection of photos are the best of probably a couple of hundred I've taken, and as I've become very fond of these guys they now have their own dedicated page..
They really are interesting animals, to learn more you can try these links:


http://www.echidna.edu.au/monotremes/echidna_research.html

http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter.nsf/webpages/bhan-5357k5?open

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Tachyglossus_aculeatus/

http://www.tasfieldnats.org.au/TasNaturalist/Articles/2009/TasNat_2009_No131_pp36-41_Spencer_Echidna Diet.pdf

Many of the photos are from our time in Tasmania, these echidnas are :
Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus,
also, from our property at Prospect Hill in South Australia, another subspecies,

Tachyglossus aculeatus aculeatus

Various Echidnas

Visitors 64
13 photos
Created 4-Mar-15
Modified 4-Mar-15
Various Echidnas

Warrawee echidna

Visitors 11
6 photos
Created 4-Feb-13
Modified 4-Feb-13
Warrawee echidna

Mt Direction Echidnas

Visitors 49
9 photos
Created 4-Feb-13
Modified 4-Feb-13
Mt Direction Echidnas

Cradle Mountain Echidnas

Visitors 54
11 photos
Created 5-Feb-13
Modified 5-Feb-13
Cradle Mountain Echidnas

Echidna Movies

Visitors 9
3 videos
Created 10-Nov-13
Modified 10-Nov-13

Prospect Hill Echidnas

Visitors 41
19 photos
Created 4-Apr-16
Modified 4-Apr-16
Prospect Hill Echidnas