22/11/21 Flora & Frog survey: Yellingbo

Five people. Perfect morning for some time in the bush. As Amy says, "Is there any better way to spend a Monday morning than out in the sunshine looking for beautiful native orchids, surrounded by constant bird song? Today volunteers went out into Jeanne Wilcox Reserve to conduct mainly a flora survey - an area that was bought by passionate community members from JESWA (google them, they're amazing) and donated to conserve our natural environment. We treaded lightly, trying to avoid accidentally stomping on many of the orchids that were either flowering, or had set seed. Whilst many of us had our heads down at the ground, other volunteers were multitasking, identifying almost 25 bird species by sound. To finish off our morning in the sun, we strolled upon a Blotched Blue-Tongue Skink, who happily basked in the sun whilst we all madly took photos." Could it have been a better few hours? Maybe, we didn't record any frogs :)

Publicado por regnans regnans, 22 de noviembre de 2021

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