Plant and they will come

Never mind the weather, the Little Wattle bird loves a dip. Along with having a feed, the Crimson Rosella delights in snipping off the lavender. Absent for a couple of […]

Annual General Meeting

Our AGM is scheduled for Saturday 6th August, in the Regatta Room, Metung Hotel commencing at 11.00am. Landcare is a grassroots movement empowering individuals and community to actively care for […]

Lucky day

These photos of a White Bellied Sea Eagle landing with its prey in an old pine tree on Tambo Bluff were taken from some 70 metres away. These majestic birds […]

The 'kids' should be safe here

One of the last remaining red gums on Tambo Bluff looks like it could have some new tenants. The lorikeets appear to be checking its suitability for their new home. […]

What's the solution?

Recent evidence of wildlife predation along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track has raised further concerns of residents. Cats have  been seen regularly in the gullies and roaming around residential properties […]

Happy hunting ground

A two day foodfest saw in excess of 200 Straw-necked Ibis plus 4 White Ibis descend like a black cloud on a large mown grassed area. Hours of feasting on […]

The Super Seventies

To protect the newly planted area from turning vehicles, bollards have been installed by our muscular men (that might be a bit of a stretch). They paced themselves over two […]

Young legs make a difference

Watching the youthful agility of Sarah and Joseph (pictured) planting and guarding 300 native species made us reminisce of what it was like at their age some 50 years ago. […]

Job done

We have finished our ‘engineering’ project and will wait to see if it works. 🤞