There’s gold in them thar gum leaves … yes, under specific circumstances. But knowledge and data is also gold. It’s gold to researchers and we can help them find it. April 24 – 27 is the international City Nature Challenge and during this time people will be asked to collect data via photographs uploaded toContinue reading “Garnering Gold From Gumtrees”
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Two for the Price of One
Many people would not think of looking for orchids in autumn, but in the Greater Adelaide region we have three orchid species flowering at this time of the year, with many winter orchids not far behind. By late April, one of South Australia’s most attractive autumn orchid, the Fringed Hare Orchid, Leporella fimbriata will be in the middle of its flowering time.
Patience Yields Results
Mylor Conservation Park is a great place for orchid hunting, but as you walk along the track, you better keep an eye out as you may get a surprise!