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Biderap Dry Season [Jan-Feb]

Hot, dry weather. High temperatures and low rainfall.  Female Common Brown butterflies are flying.

Bowat (tussock-grass) is long and dry.

The Southern Cross is high in the south at sunrise.

Seven Seasons of the Kulin People

Artist - Karina H McInnes
Source - Museum Victoria

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Working Bee 12 August 2017

201708frontpageAn enthusiastic band of volunteers completed our last planting for the year in the area between Orana campground and Undertow Beach. 410 indigenous tube-stock with guards were planted by lunchtime. Well done everyone and thanks for making this year’s planting such a great success. 

Click on the title to read more and look at the photos.


Here's hoping the good spring rains continue to allow these plants to become established in this very sandy environment.

Rod lead a small but determined team removing Sea Spurge seedlings from the dunes at 2nd Surf Beach and locating infested areas that will be sprayed later in the spring.

See below for photos from the morning's activity.


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