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Waring Wombat Season [Apr-Jul]

Cool, rainy days follow misty mornings. The time of highest rainfall and lowest temperatures.  Waring (wombats) emerge to bask and graze in the sunshine.

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

Hearts of Kombadik (Soft Tree-ferns) are the major food when no fruits are available.

Days are short and nights are long.

The constellation of Sagittarius rises in the southeast after sunset, indicating the mid point of cold weather.

Seven Seasons of the Kulin People

Artist - Karina H McInnes
Source - Museum Victoria

 

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Working Bee 11 November 2017


1711homeThe last working bee for 2017 was spent removing Sea Spurge regrowth from the sand dunes at Harmers Haven. We started searching for Sea Spurge seedlings near the Coal Creek footbridge and worked our way eastward for the duration of the working bee.

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We were delighted at how little regrowth we found in this area as it was quite thick with sea spurge a few years ago when we commenced the eradication project. The weeds were more prevalent as we progressed eastward but by the end of the working bee we had completed the section of beach our fearless leader, Rod had marked out for us. It was a great morning’s work in perfect beach conditions.

 

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