Tag Archives: Graziers
Mate, have you woken up to Koala’s grumbling outside your bedroom windows? Have you moved echidna’s from out of your laundry, or raised a puggle? Have you had to get brown snakes out of your washing machine? Have you ever … Continue reading
Aboriginal communities living along the rivers cut the bark from trees to build canoes. This practice is not uncommon in Australia. Most people know these large “scars” as “Canoe Trees”. While the bark was still fresh with moisture, it was easily able to … Continue reading
“Giggard” on the hunt”! May 2012 Home grown human protector! Yep, that’s what we have here at home. I have written elsewhere about our resident “Giggard”. “Giggard” – who is a substantial sized goanna, earned his nick name from our … Continue reading
Today with much debate regarding the Murray Darling Basin Plan, it appears that our politicians, and arm chair environmentalists, have once again, disregarded the practicing environmentalists of the land. Here, on the left one can see the Langlo River, photographed … Continue reading
Senator Brown, Senator Brown, Senator Milne, Senator Milne, here I am, I am alive, and so are my cousins and family! My ancestors have survived the great droughts, the numerous bush fires, the raging floods thanks to our pet “graziers” that have diligently … Continue reading
A picture says a thousand words – a Mt Morris experience to have forever!