nearly ten years at Fourth Crossing
we made the move further north to Middle Farm which is in the Northern
Tablelands of NSW.
Farm is part of a 400 acre property which is a citizens wildlife
habitat is mainly grassland (farm land) with segments of dry sclerophyll
forests where kangaroos and wallabies rest by day.
climate is mainly temperate, reaching as low as -10 degrees celsius
in the winter months and rising to the low thirties in summer.
is abundant and includes marsupials such as Koalas,
Bare-Nosed Wombats, Eastern
Grey Kangaroos, Swamp Wallabies
and Wallaroos. Not far
up the road are also Brush-Tailed
species include Noisy Minors,
Magpies, visiting Satin
Bowerbirds, Crested Pigeons,
Eastern Rosellas, Galahs,
Butcherbirds, Wedge-Tailed Eagles,
Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoos and more.
Farm is neighbouring a National Parks and Wildlife administered
area and there are many wildlife corridors on the property and surrounding
it for ease of movement for the animals.
farm is also very close to lots of other wonderful National Parks
- it was a real pleasure to live with the wildlife here!