Wattle it be, mate?

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To most Australians, these little yellow flowers are a symbol of our country, our ‘green and gold’, the onset of our much beloved summer, and all the allergies it brings!

The common name for the Acacia in this photo is black wattle, although I’m not sure of the exact species.

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I'm an Australian writer inspired by the environment and folklore of this great southern land. Having worked for many years in the animal industry, as a veterinary nurse, stablehand and puppy school teacher, my stories also explore animal behaviour and the human-animal bond.

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