Posted: 09 June 2016
Volunteers Sheldon Smith and Bob Eisentrout, working with ranger David Saxton, today removed invading weeds to reveal a secret pocket of remnant bush near Noreuil Park.
In a small corner where Bungambrawartha creek meets the Murray river, the trio hand cut and pulled weeds like Morning Glory, ivy, privet and blackberry to clear access to the river.
They worked surrounded by wrens and other small native birds, busy in this lovely piece of remnant bush. Not many are so priviledged!
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