This week saw the final preparation along Pemar Path before we team with G.J.Gardner Homes to plant a significant number of indigenous native plants. This is our fourth year of […]
Once again Covid has curtailed our Landcare outings but we hope these photos taken by members give you a lift and put a smile on your face.
We would like to share the ode below which was penned by a TBLC member for the East Gippsland Landcare Network’s 21st birthday celebrations in 2018
Recent rain has caused Bluff Lagoon to overflow into Lake King. The volume of water has gouged a significant channel in the foreshore, as can be seen in the photos. […]
Visiting a member’s garden for the first time, along with cohorts, this New Holland honeyeater sat still long enough for its photo to be captured. Being highly energetic, they require […]
We often walk by without a second glance at a vital part of our ecosystem but what belonging to Landcare has shown us, there’s so much we still have to […]
A caring resident is treating a Tambo Bluff wombat which is suffering an infestation of mange mite. The female mite burrows under the skin where it deposits its eggs, as […]
Wednesday 20th May saw us out and about carrying out maintenance on the Wallaby Creek Walking Track. Lovely to see the amount of recent rain water that has coursed its […]
For a novice photographer trying to capture the Eastern spinebill requires lots of patience. This little beauty is one of the smallest honeyeaters on the East Coast. Having a fine, […]
Ten able bodied (might be a bit of an over statement) volunteers reported for planting and pruning duty on the estate linkage pathways. Great team effort.