The crew carried out minor repairs as well as some general maintenance in the gully after the recent heavy rains .
Tambo Bluff environment news
Several weeks ago a broken heron’s egg was found on the ground in the vicinity of the nest, so it was pleasing to see this young White-faced Heron patiently waiting […]
European honey bees have commandeered a local wildlife nesting box […]
A regular unwanted visitor to the Wallaby Creek Walking Track.
Thank you to the Shire for promptly attending to a sinkhole along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track and to the washout debris on the lower section of the steps leading […]
Water overflowing from Bluff Lagoon after the recent rain event has now created several channels into Lake King […]
Another successful morning, planting more indigenous species at the southern end of Tambo Bluff, which will eventually provide food and shelter for our native fauna.
Working in two groups, our band of happy volunteers managed to plant 150 shrubs and grasses along the WCWT. Hopefully we didn’t disturb the resident wombat from its slumber.
A small flock of White Headed Pigeons enjoying a feast of ripe olives in a Tambo Bluff grove. Their normal habitat ranges from Cooktown to southern NSW. There have been […]