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.

Natural tree hollows [which are becoming increasingly scarce] provide safe places for native fauna to shelter and in many cases, to breed.

Some of the species that require hollows are bats, gliders, possums and birds as well as numerous frogs, snakes and skinks.

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