Two pairs of Wood ducks, Chenonetta jubata, have made it with their new families to the lake in the Reserve. They typically face roads, speeding cars, and family dogs on […]
Grey fantail babies have left the nest
Superb fairy-wrens are small, common and delightful denizens of the Reserve. Often heard before they are seen, they are well-named, flitting, hopping, darting and fairy-like in the foliage seeking insects.
Seen flitting around the reservoir, the Azure Kingfisher is a welcome shot of colour on these hot summer days
The small sedges are a graceful part of the lower storey
The turn in the weather has brought out families visiting the Reserve. Sometimes, they’re lucky to see a duck family, as in today.
They move very quickly…
The nectar of the flowering leptospermum attracts a rich variety of insects
Last week the local ants began flying, as new queens left their nests.
Local Leo Z captured this duck family’s journey down to the reservoir