Monday, 31 January 2011

Cyclone Fizzle

Working in the bushland this morning was quite unpleasant - very hot and humid - anticipating arrival of Cycline Fizzle (nothing happened except a bit of drizzle).
Despite feeling very languid we did manage to remove two quite large Victorian Ti Trees, and I also came across some Watsonias that had very large bulbs - had obviously been there for some time - but fortunately hadn't spread far. I dug them out.
Otherwise we just focussed on removing remnants of veldgrass that had survived the spraying during winter. There wasn't a lot of it.
Came across this bobtail basking in the humid warmth ...
I have no idea who put these pit traps in ...
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