Monday, 16 March 2015

Walking by the creek

There is a nature reserve near my parent's house that leads down to a fresh water creek. The creek and walking track next to it go for about 3kms. 
We walk down the stairs to the reserve and creek.
Creeks within the Mornington Peninsula are mainly rural catchments, with some remnant forest that flow into Port Phillip Bay.

There is nothing as nice as the sounds of flowing water and the fresh air down there. 

Native animals and plants found here:
These rivers and creeks include populations of threatened swamp skinks, river blackfish, mountain galaxias, southern toadlet, growling grass frogs, dwarf galaxias, native raspberries and orchids.

Lastly we walk back up the steps in the garden to the house.  

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