Nest box carving

Ben Sparshott (14 years old!) demonstrated carving a nest box for microbats at the Inaugural Friends of Land for Wildlife Toowoomba Region catch up at Wordwood in July 2019. Lots about the new group to come …

Boxing wallabies

Thought …

Doors

En plein air no more

The walls are up! We now have privacy in the ablutions rooms we have decided to call The Depository and The Soapbox. As the temperature was down to less than 1 degree celsius this morning, I am keen to get the hot water installed! First, I await the doors …

Greenhood orchids

With the rain and cooler weather the greenhood orchids have popped up in a Wordwood mini-scree slope. For more about Wordwood’s flora click here Wordwood Flora.

Glossy blacks

The she-oaks are spreading on Wordwood. This means more feed trees for the vulnerable glossy black cockatoos. Pete captured some feeding in the afternoon sun today. For more information about Wordwood’s fauna click here Wordwood Fauna

Glossy black cockatoos feeding on a black she-oak tree at Wordwood