Sep02

Great Day At Gurulmundi

Gurulmundi Wildflower Tour

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A big thanks to everyone that came along to the Gurulmundi Wildflower Tour yesterday. Although the wildflowers were not quite at their spectacular peak this year, there was still plenty of them to see. The flowering grass trees in particular were stunning, attracting a wide range of insects such as butterflies, ants and native bees. Stopping at various locations along the way, the very interested crowd listened intently as BOOBOOK's Principal Ecologist, Craig Eddie, and the BOOBOOK team pointed out the many interesting species of plants in the area. Some, such as the Gurulmundi Heath-myrtle and Curly-bark Wattle, are threatened species and endemic to the area.

We look forward to next year where the display should be even more spectacular!

If you would like to see more images taken on the Wildflower Tour like us on facebook and check out our Gurulmundi Album https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boobook/166876180123049

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