Lakes Entrance B & B

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Accreditation  Goldsmith's in the Forest
Harrison's Track Lakes Entrance, Vic 3909 Ph. 61 03 51552518
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Revegetation project  Restoring food sourcesand roosting habitat.

Endangered Species Network Community Grant Program

December - January  seed collection and cleaning  (17 hours)
Landcare group spraying 3 hours 7 people total (21 hours)
World wildlife fund
Seed Collected
         
             
Common Name
       Perennial fireweed
       Tree everlasting
       Scrub nettle
       Dusky Coral Pea
       Golden everlasting
       Blackwood wattle
  Botanical Name
            Senecio linearifolius
            Ozothamnus ferrugineus
            Urtica incisa
            Kennedia Rubicunda
            Bracteantha Bracteata
            Acacia Melanoxylon
reFebruary - Blackberry and annual weed control (12.5 Hr)
March - Photo point selection ( 1 Hr)
May - Temperature recording (10 Hr)
June - Temperature recording (7.5 Hr)
July - Temperature Recording (9.5 Hr)
July digging out of Bridal Creeper where it is starting to establish. (above photo point 1) removing other weeds including Madeira winter cherry and Asparagus fern.
August Temperature recording 5Hr
September Temperature recording 10Hr, Spot spray for Ragwort 2Hr, site visit, planning planting 3 Hr
October Temperature Recording Layout of planting area
As for July digging out of Bridal Creeper  (above photo point 1) removing other weeds including Madeira winter cherry and Asparagus fern and Ivy. Monitoring of feral animal sign (Samba deer).
Photorecordsfrom the regeneration area. (Picture Below)     View of the area               Total 100 hours
Photo showing photopoint locations

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