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SKIPA’ing into 2013 February 26, 2013

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Popping up in the wetseason around Broome in wetter areas are these beautiful delicate & carnivorous plants.

Ever seen the insect eating  Drosera broomensis? Look out for it in undisturbed grasslands during Mankala, the wet season.

SKIPA mob has been back at it: in the nursery, planning and plotting field trips,  looking at what is seeding and flowering,around town  and today we are off to Minyirr Park to keep working away at the weeds from ‘The Red Gubinge Tree’ . Anyone is welcome to join in, bring your love of the bush and enthusiasm along. Contact skipas@environskimberley.org.au

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