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Rowan Mott May 3
The recent rain has given the River a dramatic colour. It makes for a great backdrop against the vibrant red of a .
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Geoffrey Moore Apr 15
Today’s Study; blue. Southern (Tasmanian) Blue gum in full flower with accoutrement.
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Greater Melbourne ConsBiol Mar 18
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Catherine Cavallo 🌏 May 20
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Robin Sinclair Nov 25
A great egret in flight in Royal Park this morning.
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Catherine Cavallo 🌏 May 27
Forest in a mushroom, Wirrega. Of all my favourite fungi, Mycena interrupta might just be my favourite.
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Geoffrey Moore Apr 11
Today’s Study; Covid-Policing? Just watching you...... are you meant to be here human?
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Remember The Wild Apr 21
Dive into 120 million years ago and meet , our pre-crocodilian river monster. This adventure by writer Mackenzie Kwak is exquisitely illustrated by @CamBrideoak.
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Geoffrey Moore Apr 15
Today’s Study; ripped. This little guy’s C19 social isolation workout is clearly winning.
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Greater Melbourne ConsBiol Mar 20
Struggling to get your nature fix? Critter cams to the rescue! Not quite , but very excellent
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Remember The Wild May 19
It's National Volunteer Week & we want to thank the incredible team of volunteers behind Remember The Wild & our and projects. RTW would never have existed without the countless hours made by our team past & present. Thank you!
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Connected to Port Phillip May 17
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Catherine Cavallo 🌏 May 22
A walk with . We have some great in ! camaldulensis and E. blakelyi - River & Blakely's Red Gum E. cinerea - Argyle Apple E. camaldulensis - E. leucoxylon -Yellow Gum
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Robin Sinclair Nov 27
Got to hang out with a friendly flock of yellow-tailed black cockatoos in Royal Park this morning.
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Rowan Mott Mar 17
We just added a new to our local list while doing our regular stroll along the banks of the . This little Southern Water in inner-city .
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Greater Melbourne ConsBiol Mar 12
Some awesome invert for your Friday arvo
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Holly Kirk Feb 22
Managed to squeeze in one last trip to the Western Treatment Plant, Werribee (with of course!). The brolgas were happily feeding very close to the car, we even saw one eating eggs from an unlucky white-fronted chat's nest!
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Andrew Mackintosh Apr 13
Replying to @drsophielewis
Check out these folk flagrantly disregarding the rules today.
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thorfinn May 27
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Janet Bolitho Jan 1
As the observed in 's article on the Yarra, cormorants are to be seen even in Docklands. Last week I saw a flight of cormorants moving quickly upstream between Collins & Bourke Sts, one thrashing a fish about in its beak. .
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