These photos were taken in 2015, shortly after the bushfires had hit. I remember thinking it was fascinating finding small signs of life amidst such devastation.
The following set of photos shows two pairs of grebes carrying nesting material and creating their nests. They were very dedicated, even if territorial at times. It was fascinating seeing them set up their nest so close to a busy path.
We had just made a quick visit to the property. My parents wanted to look at something in Ballarat so kindly dropped Seth and I off and Lake Wendoree. We did have plans to go to the playground but, er, one of us got distracted. This location is known for its nesting great crested grebes. […]
I hadn’t gone to the property in over a year. Like with many things, the motivation was there but my health didn’t want to comply. So, last week, I quickly said yes when offered the chance to return. It was so awesome to see the difference another year made. Last visit, the ground was still […]
Recently, I shared images of a rainy day at the property. It had been a while since I visited and it was fascinating to share the changes. In this post, I’ll share the images of the plants I saw. I’m not sure of the species, but feel like it is important to document.