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Monthly Archive for April, 2017

Celebrating Correas.

Every garden, native or otherwise should have at least one correa, species or cultivar, many of which are available from specialist nurseries. They are all loved by honeyeaters, and there are varieties suitable for shade and open sun, with some very drought hardy. The garden where the following correas were photographed is of over forty […]

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Just Birds.

Birds only occasionally feature here, the reason being that bird  photography is mainly done in the native garden, where, depending on the season, our feathered friends may or may not  be present. The summer just past saw the garden lacking in native birds, with Red Wattlebirds  and the resident black and whites about all that […]

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