Our own “natural” rotary hoe


We were surprised to find one of our garden beds had been turned over as if it had been hoed.


On further inspection of the garden we discovered some small holes, a little like the spider holes we sometimes find in the garden.  The holes are formed when the echidna pokes its snout into the ground as it looks for ants.


We eventually worked out that the culprit was an echidna who has taken up residence under the bridge on our dry river bed.


Here you can view a video of one of the echidnas that visited our garden many years ago .

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