Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Barry's Place











G'day All,
Barry's place right on the edge of town is the result of one man's determination to make a difference to his environment. What was once pretty much a bare paddock is now a haven for a large variety of birds, frogs and mammals.

3 wise men?


John and Dierdre almost submerged. 


Barry has concentrated on planting indigenous species as far as possible, including the rather scarce Golden Grevillea, (Grevillea chrysophaea).



Golden Grevillea
Every one of the many hundreds of trees and shrubs has its own water dripper! Bird central.

New Holland Honeyeater.


 Great spot Barry, thanks for the visit.
Regards,
Gouldiae.

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