Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ellie on the bridge, at Moonan Flat

Good girl Ellie!  

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Small miracles: Christmas beetles saved from the allure of artifical light

The first week of January a friend and I took a road trip to Melbourne. Along the way, on the ground, outside the automatic doors of a fast food place next to a petrol station on the highway, we found … Continue reading

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Days don’t always end at dark

Gently overflowing water trough, found just on dusk 3 February. Home at 9.30pm. The next day when checking the herd at twilight, my husband found an alpaca giving birth. This is most unusual. Alpaca usually always give birth in the … Continue reading

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