“Such a relief to have constant rain over many hours that will have reached the soil of this forest floor, recharging everything below.“
Bulga tree-sit Diary day 47
Tarp held up well though a very rainy afternoon and evening, I am so glad this platform stayed dry.
Forest birds don’t seem as enthusiastic today with their good morning to the world chorus. Still a bit damp and chilly for singing maybe. Perhaps once the sun breaks out of the mist clouds they might feel more hearty.
Everything is extra green and lushly alive. Regular life giving rain is fundamental to these catchment forests to keep the microbial life damp for decaying the leaf litter that keeps this system healthy.
Such a relief to have constant rain over many hours that will have reached the soil of this forest floor, recharging everything below.
Join us at the Community Camp:
Ellenborough Falls, Elands, NSW, 2429.
Directions are simple: Search for Ellenborough Falls, it’s on Tourist Route 8 if you’re coming from the Pacific Highway.