04/08/21 Flora, Fungi & Frog survey: Yellingbo

Notes from: a Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater hosted citizen science event.
A cool, damp forecast didn't stop us, neither did the need for a 10 person maximum and face masks firmly on in these times of COVID restrictions (just taken off when using tools!!). A great mix today of surveying flora, with Tall and Nodding Greenhood colonies bringing smiles all round, and the sun appearing mid morning allowing us to remove a small patch of Spanish Heath before it sets seed. We were joined by 3 SAE Institute film students who are making a 7 minute documentary of the Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeaters work. No frogs calling today, and the fungi was there but we are certainly seeing the end of the peak time. Really nice to see the Scented and Tall Sundews flowering, and that splash of yellow from the Wattles heralding early spring.

Publicado el sábado, 07 de agosto de 2021 a las 09:32 PM por regnans regnans


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