This is a very COVID-19 issue of Streamlines . Karen Roberts has made the most of the opportunity to explore local bushland areas with her children, incorporating learning experiences with their adventures, while Irene explains that the life of wildlife carers has changed very little. An update on fire ant activity is included as well as brief notes on a disease that literally causes rainbow lorikeets to drop out of the sky.
In this issue: feral animal control; an interview with PPCG Wildlife Officer Irene Darlington about her work, and that of her volunteers; Margaret O’Grady has another article on her series of photographs on fungi found in Anstead Bushland Reserve; and fire ant warnings
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