A selection of images from a short stroll along the Loddon last evening. I was taken by the number of small birds using the Cane-grass areas for feeding – Clamorous reed-warblers, Superb Fairy-wrens, Red-browed Firetails and White-browed Scrub-wrens were all abundant and vocal. Blackwood Wattle flowered well last year and many specimens are festooned with beautiful orange-pink seed pods, while in the water and in the drying mud, Water Plantain Alisma plantago-aquatica, is producing spectacular flower spikes with masses of tiny pink flowers.
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