There were lots of spider webs about (which I tried to avoid). Mostly they were Jewel Spiders, but there were a few golden orb web spiders - including this big one - its legs were as long as my fingers. The spider is female - there is a tiny male spider on the back of the web - near the female's abdomen.
Also came across this bunch of Mulla Mulla (Ptilotus drummondii)which seemed to be flowering unusually late in the year ...
This fox hole seems to be currently used - there was a dead bird nearby, and fresh paw-prints.
Later in the day we had our committee meeting down by the river at Matilda bay. It was very hot. John went for a swim. We discussed strategies to raise our profile in the community and attract more volunteers - thanks to everyone for their suggestions!
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