Thursday, 25 September 2014

Images of life on Straddie

Purple flag native iris in bloom

Native sarsaparilla (Hardenbergia violacea)

Grass trees in bloom to the delight of honey bees

Stand up for Straddie. Help make sand mining history by 2019

Fox prints

Sunrise from Straddie

Tawny Frogmouths start nesting for summer chicks from August to December – listen for their drumming from the nest site at night. Call is a soft deep pulsating ‘oo-ooom-ooom’. Tawny frogmouths need big, mature trees to build their nests in.

Wanted: Foxes don't belong on Straddie!

Foxes on the prowl, prints on the beach