Luckily, the previous day’s 42 degrees had passed, allowing us to start 2019 with a good session focusing on Trad and Japanese Honeysuckle.
Mike put his trusty rake to good effect and other team members filled up several bags of the green weeds.
Raking it in
In wildlife sightings, Mike spotted a juvenile Eastern Water Dragon, while Linda also spotted a Blue Eyed Lacewing during the month.
Juvenile Eastern Water Dragon Blue Eyed Lacewing
The group carried out its usual wide range of work on a humid Saturday. Anna maintained the recent plantings and then did Trad follow-up, while Linda also began some major Trad removal.
John and Madeline worked on Japanese Honeysuckle and Malcolm did Trad maintenance. Liz removed bulbs and other weeds and took some amazing photos of fungi and insect life.
(L) Part of the reclaimed area with a range of local provenanced species; (R) visited by a Brush Bronzewing