A photo diary of the Victorian bush - specifically the area described as Herb-rich Foothill Forest. We are about 500 metres above sea level. I am not an expert, I'm an interested conservational owner.
With those forecast rains, there'll be a carpet of green in a couple of weeks! Hopefully not too much of it'll be bracken.
There was a lot of bracken there before - it's where small birds had nests, and lots of wildlife used it for all kinds of things, including hiding from us! I don't want the place overrun with it, but there were enough spaces for wildflowers and grasses, too. So here's hoping.I don't know if we will need to do any seed sowing - perhaps Trust for Nature will help us with that.
I meant to ask you what you thought the scat by the fungi was. Not wombat or roo or wallaby. Fox? Although from what I've seen, fox has a slightly different shape.
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