Next working bee - Saturday 9 September.  

Meet at the Wonthaggi Lifesaving Club at 9am.  All welcome.

Weather Forecast

Guling Orchid Season [Aug]

Cold weather is coming to an end. Guling (orchids) are flowering.

Ae-noke (caterpillars) of Common Brown butterfly feed on grasses at night.

Muyan (Silver Wattles) are flowering.

Bulen-bulen (Superb Lyrebird) males perform the last of their courtship displays.

The star Arcturus is seen on the northwestern horizon soon after sunset.

Gurrborra (Koalas) begin mating. Males bellow at night.

Seven Seasons of the Kulin People

Artist - Karina H McInnes
Source - Museum Victoria

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Working Bee 11-Jul-2015


plantWith stormy weather forecast, the 19 volunteers who gathered were unsure how much of the two tasks - planting 150 tubestock and removing woody weeds - would get done.

As it turned out, we were once again very lucky with the weather and completed everything planned.  In fact, it was observed that in the 8 years of working bees nobody could remember ever having to call one off. Click on Working Bee 11-Jul-2015 to read more and see the photos.


 

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