Bio-calendar June


(June to mid July)

June is characterised by a cooling trend and the shortest length of daylight hours. The sun is low in the sky and shadows are long. Southward facing slopes, deep valleys and ravines receive minimal direct light. It is a time for ferns, fungi, lichens and mosses to flourish.

Rainfall starts to replenish waterways and the freshwater environment becomes active with movement upstream and downstream by many species.

The following list provides an insight to various life stages for some of the native plants and animals in Victoria during June, of course there will be some variation across different areas of the State.  Please contact SWIFFT so we can add to the list.

Threatened fauna

Threatened flora

Other native Flora and Fauna



Contact SWIFFT so we can add to the list

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