A month ago I started a course in Conservation & Land Management (Cert III) at West Coast Institute of Training in Joondalup and I love it! I know a bit already from my work at Nuts About Native Nursery and my interest in conservation, but I’m learning so much and finding lots of topics I want to blog about, I just don’t have the time. Right now I’m meant to be drawing a weed map and writing a revegetation report. But I have to post some photos of the bushland around campus where we do our practical sessions.
Spring was the perfect time to start the course. Beauty surrounds me and I’m having a great time. When I get my homework under control, I’ll blog again.
I eat my lunch next to the lake, listening to the song of an Australian Reed Warbler and spying on the duck nesting among the sedge
cowslip orchid sprouting in this jarrah trunk. I need to check if it’s flowered
beautiful winter wattle painting the bushland gold