Bio-calendar February

Bio-calendar February

Late Summer

(late January to late March)

February is the hottest and driest month of the year in Victoria. The grasslands are dry and seed is set for dispersal. Waterbirds congregate on large open wetlands that still retain water. Reptiles are active and bask in the sun whilst gliders and possums feed on the summer flowering eucalypts by night. Late summer can have periods of high humidity and electrical storms which sometimes create fires that burn out habitat for some species whilst creating new habitat for other species.

The following list provides an insight to various life stages for some of the native plants and animals in Victoria in February. Please contact SWIFFT to add to the list.

Threatened Fauna

Threatened Flora

Other native flora & fauna



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