Monthly Archive for October, 2011

What a difference some rain makes.

Seventy two millimetres in the gauge from the last few days, the vegetable garden is loving it, and we’re having a prolific flowering from our callistemons. And as if to celebrate we looked out of the window to see our first Noisy Friarbird for years in the blossom. Too wary for a photo but it […]

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Drawn to the light.

This season is shaping up well with moths old and new arriving. Interestingly, an adult male Painted Apple Moth, Teia anartoides came to the light the other night, probably from larvae that fed in the garden recently. The second flight shot shows the hind wings. While many of the smaller moths are little beauties it’s […]

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