Kurrawonga

Introducing Kurrawonga’s two-tailed resident! As a self-defence strategy to distract predators, most lizards can drop their tails when hit or stressed. The dropped tail will continue wriggling to catch the predator's attention and allow for the lizard's speedy escape. This self-amputation mechanism is also known...

NGT’s first Art in Science workshop took place recently at Kurrawonga, our conservation property in Nelson, Victoria. [caption id="attachment_31502" align="alignleft" width="300"] Exploring Kurrawonga through the lens. Image by Ockert Le Roux.[/caption]   A warm and sunny day provided perfect conditions to spend a day focusing on insects. Ockert...