On Sunday while the girls removed a multitude of guards from previous plantings, the boys saw to cleaning up fallen trees and branches.
It might not look much at the moment but with experience and practice building my bower I might be a father one day[…]
After tube stock planted and mulch moved it was home time, when darting out of the bush appeared six blue flashes close on the tail of a lone female Superb […]
Through the wind and rain devoted magpie parents tend to their young. Just as well they are almost fledged as the 78mm of rain [so far] could have been disastrous […]
After toiling away at the southern end of Broadlands Rd, we took a well earned morning tea break. Thanks to the gentlemen who cooked the biscuits and cake.
Wonderful excursion to McLeod Morass and farms involved in ‘The Lungs of the Lakes’ project. Pictured are Deb Sullivan and Sean Dooley from Birdlife Australia and other bird lovers.
A big shout out to those wonderful volunteers who are treating some of our local wombats which are suffering with mange. The one shown is on the mend. Thank you […]
Identified as a Fantail nest. The distinctive woven tail at the base of the nest probably broke off when the branch fell.
Mating rituals have started for our much loved Echidnas. Tambo Bluff residents are requested to participate in a citizen science survey to report sightings of kangaroos and wallabies on Tambo […]
A great morning when 20 Yellow-tails came to feast on cones from pines and black sheoaks.