This beautiful lizard found on the road was introduced to Reptile Heaven this morning.
As well as sighting more big lizards there are lots of skinks and smaller dudes around the place too.
In the image of the lizard below you can also see some stinging nettles in the background. These have just started coming up and were in the mulch we brought in. We will leave them to do their thing and suspect they will have a couple of cycles and then other plants will come up to do their healing in the soil. We will keep you posted with the cycles and findings from this fun experiment!
Below is an update of Reptile Heaven 11 months on from ‘Summerfest 2012 Project’. Press on link below to see before images click here. If you open the old post in a different window browser you can put them side by side and see the changes, it is pretty exciting what happens in 11 months!
Peeking out from the logs, Mr Lizard a local resident enjoys reptile heaven’s habitat and housing opportunities
A red belly black snake and an eastern brown snake have been sighted in the garden near reptile heaven. This year there are many more snakes around. One was sited mid winter -at the Octoberfest site- sunning itself on the top of a living system. This we see is a great sign along with bigger lizards moving into the area (see image up top of this post).
This hedge was dying. Susan and Michael put a whole heap of matter on the top side and the hedge is flourishing and flowering this year attracting heaps of bees and spiders.
We haven’t had much rain so the lower pond is fairly empty (see image below) but the lomandra is growing up nice and bushy and the wattles are going really well other than the ones snapped off and attacked by the deer.