Contributed by a local photographer, here are images of a Tree Goanna taken in the Reserve in 2006
It is probably the preparations for breeding season because there has been a great deal of activity among the bird life in the Reserve. Pied Currawongs have been calling and collecting nesting materials.
Flowering for a few weeks, this hakea has a lovely scent.
This time of year, the view turns golden with the blooming of the native wattle.
Time spent with the Latrobe Valley Field Naturalists provided a new persective.
It may be the unexpected warm sunny days following rain in July or preparations for breeding season but there has been a great deal of activity among the bird life in the Reserve. Little Ravens, known for their intellgence and sociability, have been circling and calling.
Brightly coloured Eastern rosellas are active in the grassy woodlands of the Reserve