Fungi are the largest group of living organisms in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve and possibly one of the most important. And this time of year is when they fruit, resulting in the huge array of mushrooms, toadstools, puffballs and moulds we can see along the paths and in the wood of the Reserve.
Arboreal, aquatic and terrestrial: A variety of birds in and around the water at this time of the year at the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.
Magpies – the Australian magpie – can be seen in backyards and open areas in the urban surrounds and can also be seen in their preferred habitat areas of the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve itself.
Australia has a range of freshwater turtles and the Eastern snake-necked turtle, common in Victoria, can be found in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.
The coral fern has been glowing green with the change to autumn in the Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve.