We had perfect weather, a sunny, mild and calm day with the sun shining through the low vegetation. Common Heath was flowering well. A variety of fungi were seen.
Interesting Coral Fungus
There were good signs of future orchids with leaves appearing. We found a few greenhoods in bud and a few Mosquito Orchids.
A little cross-country
In certain areas the birds seemed to be flocking and feeding together and we were especially pleased to observe a Jacky Winter. As we came out of the forest track for a section along the boundary, we were pleased to see a pair of Wedge-tailed Eagles soaring over the paddocks.
Group watching eagles
It was pleasant walking on mostly flat country with a few short hills. A large group of horse riders passed us twice, which allowed us to step off the track to pull a few small boneseed plants.
This enjoyable, eight km walk, started about half-way between Gundries Rd and Flaxbournes Rd on Forest Rd. It could be extended to 10 kms, or shortened to four or six depending on which tracks are taken.
There are a number of wonderful local Friends Groups that provide Angair members and the community with opportunities for involvement.