We worked our way through the bush removing weed seedlings. There's a bit of Ivy and Sweet Pittosporum seedlings appearing because of the infestations in the private land opposite. Marilyn gave a great talk at morning tea on how to build an insect house. Thanks to all participants.
Photos by Linda Fullagar
August is a great month to visit Glenfern. Our beautiful wattles are beginning to blossom, signalling an end to winter, and wildflowers are starting to emerge from the grassy earth. It really is a picture taking a walk there.
This Sunday, August 21st, we have our next bush restoration morning. We will be working in Area 9 which is between Wallaby Walk and Ferny Creek.
Meet at 9.30am at the main middle car park, Glenfern Road, Upwey.
We break for morning tea at 11am when we will have a talk about making an insect hotel.
Tools and morning tea supplied. More details on the flyer below.
AKA Operation "Goodbye Pittos"!