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Judith Gray
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Passionate about Local Tourism & Native Wildlife Conservation
Passionate about Local Tourism & Native Wildlife Conservation

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Winter on Bells 2017
17th June 2017 WINTER ON BELLS..... Toowoomba Bells Street Mall Winter festivities on a cold Saturday morning.  This dilapidated mall has had a breath of fresh air with the newly organized boutique and retro markets and entertainment organized by Toowoomba ...

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Highfields Iconic Parks Walk
The general public is welcome to join The Friends of Rogers Reserve, this morning in a walk through of Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve at 9am or 12.30pm.  Find out more about the Reserve and the work that volunteers have been doing over the last 3 a...

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Save the Rogers Reserve - Episode 2 2017
The Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve consists of over 6 hectares of Remnant Dry Rainforest Vegetation, and is one of the last remaining examples of it's kind in the Highfields Region.  It is classed as an Endangered Ecosystem (Regional Ecosystem 12.5...

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Nocturnal Animals of Rogers Reserve Highfields
7th January 2017 - A night time walk through a small section of the Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve, discovered some beautiful nocturnal native animals.  Our list from this visit included: 9 Brushtail Possums 1 Red-necked Wallaby 2 Ringtail Possums ...

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Native White Punk Fungi discovered at Reserve
During the Clean-Up Australia Day 2017 volunteer Event at the Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve this year, one of the volunteers noticed this unusual looking large white fungi on the ground amongst the forest floor mulch under some Sydney Blue Gum tre...

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Clean Up Australia Day 2017 Rogers Reserve Highfields
The fourth annual Clean-Up Australia Day Event was again held at the Charles & Motee Rogers Bushland Reserve in Highfields, organized by the Friends of Rogers Reserve Volunteer Group. A large number of volunteers and children turned out to do their part to ...

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Some photos of native Australian Wildlife taken during the terrible heat-wave in Eastern Australia in February this year.

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Juvenile Green Tree Snake at Jarowair
18th February 2017 Juvenile Green Tree Snake at Jarowair (new sighting) This tiny Green Tree Snake ( Dendrelaphis punctulata ) was camouflaging extremely well in a lomandra near the waterhole down the back of Jarowair when Brendon noticed it.  This is the f...

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Wildlife in the Queensland Heat Wave Feb 2017
12 February 2017 Temperatures soared in mid February during a terrible heatwave in Eastern Australia.  Where we live on the Darling Downs, South-East Queensland, temperatures reached 46 degrees Celsius in the shade!!  During this time we were kept busy ensu...
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