We have been working hard and getting out has been difficult in the last few weeks. Here are some of the sights we have seen on our travels.
This is one of the Mount Cootha native preying mantisses
This is actually how lizards do it.
The water is being released into the Fassifern Valley. The water feeds Reynolds Creek which is primarily used by irrigators. Being up here brought back memories of working at Seqwater!
This is the view from the summit of Mount Edwards, looking north. It's a gently sloped hour walk from Moogerah Dam - it has a nice view but is not the same magnitude as some of the nearby peaks.
This mushroom has sprouted after heavy rain on Mount Cootha
This skink was hiding from us as we walked past
These witchity grubs were ambling up a gum tree on Mount Cootha. The sugar gliders are probably waiting nearby, licking their lips.