Eden Estuary Newsletter June 2022

Publish Date: Thursday June 23, 2022

The countryside is looking lush and verdant, with trees heavily in leaf and the grassland vegetation growing tall. It’s been rather wet, and windy at times and it might just be me, but it’s definitely been a wee bit cooler than I
would like for this time of year! Nonetheless, the daylight hours are noticeably longer, with gives our critters more time to feed themselves as well as their young.

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