Councillors walk through the Reserve

This morning we met Wodonga City Councillors at the Pearce Street Bridge end of the Reserve and walked with them to the Huon Creek foot bridge stopping at 6 stations along the way.  Click the photo below to download the hand-out we gave them with the 6 before and after photos.  Perhaps the highlight of the visit was when Anne Stelling and Kim Radnell set up a camera on a pole and found a pair of Squirrel Gliders in one of our nest boxes.  These creatures are endangered and our nest boxes specifically target them.  They are small and get pushed our of nesting places by the bigger creatures like brush tailed possums.  A Councillor helped me measure the age of one of our old Red Gums at 500 years – give or take 110 years.

Old Red Gum Erosion Control

Four old Red Gums in the Reserve suffer erosion when House Creek flows.  The Wodonga Council has reinforced the bank near these graceful old remnant trees.  Click on the photo for more information.

Albury Murray River Sculpture walk

Click on the photo below for more information about the Murray River Sculpture walk that four of our members attended.  The event was organised by the Wodonga Urban Landcare Network.          

Bower Bird

We have at least one Satin Bower Bird nesting in Clyde Cameron Reserve.  Click on the photo to see an ABC report on some dangers to such wild life.

Tree Day 2018

Two Catholic College Wodonga students are pictured at work during our National Tree Day activity on July 26 this year. To see more photos click the photo below.

Clyde Cameron Reserve Tree Day 2018

Our Tree Day 2018 is registered with Planet Ark

The photo shows about half of what we planted last year and we will be back planting in this location in 2018.

We will be planting native trees, shrubs and grasses along the back of the Murray Valley Private Hospital fence with Catholic College year 9 students and teachers, Wodonga Council Staff, Jacob Toyota staff and members of the public.  The Wodonga Council will put on a free barbecue at about 12 noon for all involved.  Please let Bruce know by Monday 23 July if you plan to attend. or 0478397254.

Download a flyer here

Plants Destroyed

Some of our plants have been dug up and it should be pointed out that it is illegal to dig for bardie grubs in Wodonga because, under a local law, it is an offence to interfere with council assets. These assets include vegetation, such as council trees, plants and shrubs.  Click the photo below for more information.

Prime7 News Albury produced a great item on this issue.  It is on their Facebook site.  Click here to go there and play the video.

Working Bee January 2018

Thanks to Anne Stelling, Facilitator of  the Wodonga Urban Landcare Network, for supporting our DELP submission for funding from NECMA for this work. 
(Click on the photo for more information)