Our July Nature Ramble was to the Dusty Miller Track, well-named, as the Dusty Miller plant, Stylidium parvifolium is wide-spread in the area.
Along the clifftops look out for clusters of tiny yellow flowers on the bushes of Thyme Rice-flower, Pimelea serpyllifolia subs. serpyllifolia.
There is no need for our loved and well-fed domestic cats to be on the loose outside, as they can live very happily indoors. Indeed, is there no nicer experience for a cat lover than to spend cold winter evenings sitting by a fire and cuddling their cat?
The Nature walk this month was a plant regeneration survey within the strategic fuel break at Eumeralla.
ANGAIR has successfully applied for grants for three separate projects under the Federal Government’s Wild Otways Initiative. The Wild Otways Initiative is a $6 million investment from the Australian Government’s Environment Restoration Fund to improve conservation outcomes in the Otways region.
There are a number of wonderful local Friends Groups that provide ANGAIR members and the community with opportunities for involvement.