Tyler’s Tree Frog – ©Jayden Walsh

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Sydney Red Gum

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Sweet-scented Wattle

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Pittwater Mist

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Tongue Orchid

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Common Tree Snake – ©Jayden Walsh

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Powerful Owl Family

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Yellow-faced Whipsnake – ©Jayden Walsh

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Darwinia

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Saturday June 15th, 2019

Sweet-scented Wattle, the earliest flowering wattle, anticipating spring even before winter has set in. Acacia suaveolens on the Chiltern Track in Ku-Ring-Gai NP, Ingleside. ... See MoreSee Less

Sweet-scented Wattle, the earliest flowering wattle, anticipating spring even before winter has set in. Acacia suaveolens on the Chiltern Track in Ku-Ring-Gai NP, Ingleside.

 

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Saw one in bloom today driving up Mona cake rd . Was a lot bit of sunshine after seeing all the vegetation cut down for road widening

Sunday June 2nd, 2019

Glistening death traps. Insects beware! Sundew, Drosera spatulata along Chiltern Track Ingleside. #carnivorousplant #beautiful ... See MoreSee Less

Glistening death traps. Insects beware! Sundew, Drosera spatulata along Chiltern Track Ingleside. #carnivorousplant #beautiful

 

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They are beautiful plants.

Sunday June 2nd, 2019

So many birds, and swamp wallabies, in Warriewood Wetland on our guided bird walk this morning. Thanks to Kerry our bird guide. ... See MoreSee Less

So many birds, and swamp wallabies, in Warriewood Wetland on our guided bird walk this morning. Thanks to Kerry our bird guide.

Monday May 27th, 2019

Here we are saving Grevillea caleyi at Baha’i Temple Ingleside this morning. Special welcome to Fabrizio from Argentina, staying at Pittwater YHA. #savingourspecies #grevilleacaleyi ... See MoreSee Less

Here we are saving Grevillea caleyi at Baha’i Temple Ingleside this morning. Special welcome to Fabrizio from Argentina, staying at Pittwater YHA. #savingourspecies #grevilleacaleyi

 

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Well done all.

Wish I could have joined you. I miss you all! xx

Awesome! You guys are the best. I do miss it!

Friday May 24th, 2019

Pink Spider Flower Grevillea sericea, welcoming early spring on the Chiltern Track Ingleside. Strangely, it's a close relative of Waratahs and Banksias. As with them, what you see in one "flower" is actually quite a few, maybe hundreds. Attractive to birds, their pollinators. ... See MoreSee Less

Pink Spider Flower Grevillea sericea, welcoming early spring on the Chiltern Track Ingleside. Strangely, its a close relative of Waratahs and Banksias. As with them, what you see in one flower is actually quite a few, maybe hundreds. Attractive to birds, their pollinators.

 

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I was there! 😊

Tuesday May 21st, 2019

Bushcare: Saving Grevillea caleyi at the Baha'i temple. The date is next Monday May 27, not in June as first posted. See details below. ... See MoreSee Less

Monday May 20th, 2019

Next Saturday May 25 is the final Field Day for our project: Restoring Sydney Freshwater Wetlands, near Careel Bay.
Come and help the Careel Creek Bushcare group, plant a tree and see what we've been doing.
Where: meet on Barrenjoey Rd opposite Crane Lodge Place, North Avalon.
When:8.30- 11.30am
Wear: Enclosed shoes, long pants. Bring gardening gloves.
Morning Tea, tools and good company provided.
The wetland area was overrun with weeds, but extensive planting of native plants has transformed it. Come and see!
A grant to PNHA from Greater Sydney Local Land Services funded some of this project, in partnership with Northern Beaches Council. Photos: 1. The worst weeds have been cleared by bush regeneration contractors.2. Tubestock planted and protected against rabbits. For more information : pnhainfo@gmail.com
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Next Saturday May 25 is the final Field Day for our project: Restoring Sydney Freshwater Wetlands, near Careel Bay.
Come and help the Careel Creek Bushcare group, plant a tree and see what weve been doing.
Where: meet on Barrenjoey Rd opposite Crane Lodge Place, North Avalon.
When:8.30- 11.30am
Wear: Enclosed shoes, long pants. Bring gardening gloves.
Morning Tea, tools and good company provided.
The wetland area was overrun with weeds, but extensive planting of native plants has transformed it. Come and see!
A grant to PNHA from Greater Sydney Local Land Services funded some of this project, in partnership with Northern Beaches Council. Photos: 1. The worst weeds have been cleared by bush regeneration contractors.2. Tubestock planted and protected against rabbits. For more information : pnhainfo@gmail.comImage attachment

Monday May 20th, 2019

DATE WAS WRONG - not in June. Saving endangered Grevillea caleyi on the Bahai Temple land at Ingleside is on again, Monday May 27 8.30 - 12. Wear enclosed footwear, long pants and long sleeves. Tools and morning tea provided. For more information: pnhainfo@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less

DATE WAS WRONG - not in June. Saving endangered Grevillea caleyi on the Bahai Temple land at Ingleside is on again, Monday May 27 8.30 - 12. Wear enclosed footwear, long pants and long sleeves. Tools and morning tea provided. For more information: pnhainfo@gmail.com
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