The laughing kookaburra, the largest of the kingfisher birds, lives in family groups and there’s at least one such group in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.
Students in VCE Outdoor and Environmental Studies Duke of Edinburgh Award program at Baringa School have committed to volunteering their time and energy to help in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.
Nicola Stuart, a local user of the Reserve, shares some of her images of the flora of the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.
Banksia marginata and spinulosa (var. cunninghamii), endemic to the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve, are flowering throughout the Reserve.
Eucalyptus conspicua is a smallish tree in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve. What makes it different from the other rough-barked species is its silvery grey buds and juvenile foliage.
Edward Hunter was one of Moe’s most prominent civic-minded citizens when Moe was getting started. Such was the respect for his community work that the Reserve was named after him.