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Archive for March, 2008

Weta

Tree weta/ Putangatanga
hemideina species
Native

Common in forest, orchards and gardens, especially in firewood sheds. They hide during the day in holes in trees, coming out at night to eat mostly fresh leaves, but also small insects. If handed roughly, they can inflict a painful bite , kick or scratch with their legs.

M5 found this weta in the garden

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reason to celebrate

Ultimate Blog Party 2008

Creation declares God’s praises (right now, here at the end of summer in New Zealand the cicadas are singing and the crickets are chirping)…..that’s one great party!

We love to observe and keep our *creation journals*……and just recently we began this online journal too. Come and wonder with us.

Here we are on one of our winter beach expeditions:

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