Who raided the chook food?

It seems to have been a good season for blue tongue lizards this year. We've had at least a few frequenting our backyard. I like that you can often tell it's a "bluey", rather than a snake, just by the rustling sound they make as they move. Snakes tend to have a smoother sound, if that makes sense. If I see an unidentified reptile sitting still, I will tend to do a quick check for legs before getting too close.

This blue tongue was spotted passing through the chook run a few times in recent weeks. And then one day I caught it eating from a bowl of chook food. First, it lent into the bowl. Then it put its two front legs in, for more reach.

And the next time I passed, it was even using its legs to tip the bowl, for best access the tucker!