Thirty two mms of very nice rain overnight means the creeks are flowing well and the worms come out.
Sunday the 13th of October 2019 the protest about the Dude wombat hunting safari ranch Murrundindi ( also known as Balaclava Station Murrundindi ) and the treatment of wombats in general in Victoria will take place. It will start at the Sir Robert Menzies reserve at the corner of Toorak road and Henderson Avenue Malvern and go via Mr Dude ranch Tom Zhou's ( aka Zhou Jiuming ) Melbourne headquarters and finish at the Chinese Consulate on 534 Toorak road Toorak ( China is where the customers for the wombat safaris are coming from ) from 1 pm to 3pm. If you can't make it on that day perhaps you could send a email of complaint about the treatment of Victoria's wombats to the Premier of Victoria Dan Andrews firstname.lastname@example.org Victoria's wombats need our help before it is too late for them. The Dude ranch continues to advertise the wombat hunting safaris on at least 4 mandarin Chinese language sites. Hopefully others can join me and ranger the wombat for the protest. Please share this post too.
A young wild and healthy wombat in the garden this afternoon catching up on eating and some almost day long sunshine.
Silver wattles are in flower at the end of Winter at the bush camp every year. Sadly these trees only get to about 40 years old
Found this rare across the Baw Baw walking track map from Warburton to Walhalla via Yarra Falls map online. It's going to look fantastic framed and on my wall. August 13th, 2019
Came across all these ants while cutting up a 40 year old blackwood tree yesterday that had come down a few days earlier in the big storms
A mystery that has perplexed me for some time. Why do some fern trees retain their old fronds for many years while others lose them quickly.
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