Thanks again to our valuable Friends for contributing to another successful busy bee. The bat boxes are up - good work, Kalamunda Rotoract, and special thanks to Dick Parker and students from Walliston Primary School who constructed the boxes. These tiny microbats will eat thousands of insects each night and are an indispensable part of our environment. Good work, too, on the "roadwork" in the carparks and on the removal of the dreaded blackberry and garden escapee bulbs - Gladiolus and Izia. Thanks to Angie for the much anticipated 'thank you' sausage sizzle.
Happy Christmas and Thank you to all who contributed during the year - we hope 2021 is a year for more communal activities and progress on our beautiful stretch of bush.
Thanks to all those who volunteered at our busy bee on Sunday. Thanks to you it was a very productive (and very soggy) day. We successfully cleared out a massive Lantana infestation which will significantly reduce weed recruitment at the falls.
The hills are exploding in colour on these beautiful sunny days, almost demanding that we take a walk and appreciate them. Remember it is illegal to park on a footpath if you are visiting - rangers will also be out and about.
Check out this video from the City of Kalamunda and Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre all about Bobtail Lizard's! We get them around the Falls, as well as many other reptiles https://youtu.be/SUKCekBTI3c
Parks and Wildlife Service, Western Australia
Nature Reserves Preservation Group