Today we were more busy working on area 7 than taking photos of the work being done. Hence, only a couple of photos being taken – this time around, a fascinating formation in the rough shape of a mushroom.
Area 7 has recently had a thicket of pittos removed by contractors, revealing solitary gumtrees and opportunistic weeds. Regrowth from some of the pitto tree stumps was also attended to.
Photos by Daniel Jackson
This panorama taken from about half way along the top of the area 7, looking downhill. (Area 7 is at the eastern end of the reserve.) It looks a little raw just now but we have saved many trees! So much promise. Supplementary planing will be organised in the autumn. This area will be transformed in 12 months. This is a fantastic project to get 2017 underway. Thanks for your support.
(Click to enlarge panorama)
Five man crew attacking pittos in area 6.
Photos by David Moncrieff