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    Friends of Angophora Bushland Reserve Claimed

    Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

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    Angophora Bushland Reserve, Armidale: entrance in Burgess Street, opposite Stace Street.

    The reserve is Council-owned urban bushland which contains some very old, picturesque Angophora floribunda trees and some fine native grasses. It is being cared for as a stepping-stone in a wildlife corridor through Armidale. The Friends of the Reserve are planting shrub understorey for small native birds, and feed trees for the koalas that are occasionally seen.


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    Above - Angophora floribunda in flower. Image courtesy of Helen Stokes.

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    Above: Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike. Image courtesy of David Jones.


    Above: Installing the seat in 2015. Image courtesy Helen Stokes.

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    Above: A koala in a tree just outside the reserve in 2016. Image courtesy David Gee.


    Above: First planting session in 2014.

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    Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

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