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Posted by Barrie Taylor on March 31, 2016 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Two member residences received visitors this week. Donald and Gayle Sutherland were visited by Jacky Dragon

'Originally he was on the inside of our back security door chasing flies and we took him off so the dogs wouldn’t harm him but he persisted to try to get back in. We eventually got him to drop to the ground and scurry off. Appeared to be quite tame and wasn’t concerned with us being close to him'.

Robin and Gordon Sharp describe their visitor as follows


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Malleefowl Sighting

Posted by Barrie Taylor on February 3, 2016 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)

While out and about around Wedderburn on Saturday evening one of our members   ...Diane Henderson ... was surprised and delighted to observe a very healthy looking malleefowl. 

And if you happen to see a member of this very small remnant population please report it as all records are important 


Posted by Barrie Taylor on January 13, 2016 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Thanks again to Robin Sharp for this contribution

Photo 1 – Shows Dad trapped between the fence and house, he could not spread his wings to fly.

Photo 2 – Shows Dad, 2 fledglings and Mum, Dad died not long after this was taken.

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Mount Korong Wildlife

Posted by Barrie Taylor on December 13, 2015 at 2:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Thanks to Robin Sharp for this description and photos

When showing my brother visiting from Qld. we took him to the Mt Korong area where we were lucky to see a Southern Boobook Owl, a Tree Goanna and Bearded Dragon


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Mount Korong Group Crowdfunding Initiative

Posted by Barrie Taylor on November 25, 2015 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Join this exciting long tem project of the Mount Korong Eco-Watch members and landholders. Click on the link below for details and to watch the video

Many townspeople of Inglewood and Wedderburn have memories of days at lovely Mt Korong – climbing to the summit, having a picnic and even swimming in the old days.

In recent years over 1000 hectares of granite foothills be...

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Relive/View the Korong to Kooyoora Walk

Posted by Barrie Taylor on October 11, 2015 at 3:30 AM Comments comments (0)

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A walk from Mt Korong to Mt Kooyoora jointly hosted by Mt Korong Ecowatch, Wedderburn CMN, Trust for Nature and Nth Central CMA.

Filmed by Kathleen Lee, edited by Kate Lee. Music by Kevin Macleod.

Can you name these birds?

Posted by Barrie Taylor on September 8, 2015 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Thanks to Robin Sharp and Joy Hick for these 3 species of small birds which were photographed in and around Korong Vale. Can you identify the scarlet robin, red-capped robin and mistletoe bird?

Eastern Barn Owl harassment

Posted by Barrie Taylor on August 31, 2015 at 10:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Thanks to Robyn Sharp for the following photos and description.

We were alerted by a couple Council chaps that an owl was being attacked by Ravens & Maggie's.

 We tried to chase off the attackers and catch the Owl but had a lot of difficulty they were going to kill it.

 The Owl managed to go into the paddock out back and the council boys caught it, and took it to the wild life person, Denise, and she took it home to recover.

 Phoned her last night an...

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What do you know about Gazania?

Posted by Barrie Taylor on August 31, 2015 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (0)



Help make Wedderburn a Gazania-free town!


Gazania plants are a common sight around Central Victoria, including in and around the Wedderburn district. While many people appreciate it for the attractive daisy-like bronze, yellow and orange flowers that appear in Spring and Summer, Gazania is a serious environmental weed and we need your help to stop it spreading in our town.


Native to South Africa, Gazania was originally broug...

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Friends of Kooyoora Annual Wildflower Show

Posted by Wendy on July 27, 2015 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)

On September 19 & 20 we will again be holding our annual Wildflower Show. This year the event will be held at the Inglewood Eucalyptus Museum with the Saturday being a stand-alone day, but Sunday will be in conjunction with the Eucy Heritage Festival, which will include varying kid’s entertainment. The cost for both days will be $5 per adult with children free. Two bus tours will be conducted each day with Saturday having wildflower tours with the morning tour featuring a bird prese...

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