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Londonderry, July 18th
Explore who is home at Bartolo Nature Reserve and join us for a nightspotting expedition!
From birds, to gliders, possums and tree frogs, hollows are in short supply in Western Sydney due to the loss of mature trees in the landscape. Bring your torch and a warm coat and venture into the wild with our ecologist!
Pick-up from Richmond Station at 4:00 pm, or meet at 9 Jockbet St, Agne Banks at 4:30 pm.The tour will run for approximately 1.5 hours.
This project and workshop will help you understand the importance of habitat and help you identify some of the key species and types of habitat required by those species in Western Sydney. (This event is suitable for children as young as 7, providing there is parent/guardian supervision).
Farrer, July 26th
Conservation Volunteers invites you to join us on an important project at one of our local schools in Canberra. Volunteers will be joining a local school to help prepare their community garden. This garden is an important space for the school children, as it allows them to get their hands dirty and get in touch with nature. This project is proudly supported by Boral
This is a great opportunity to give back to our community, helping to foster enthusiasm for the natural world and environmental awareness and in school children.
So please, come along and join us!
Cranebrook, Jul 28th and 1 other date
Wetlands help keep our neighbourhood healthy! Cranebrook Wetlands are not only home to native wildlife, including long neck turtles, frogs and native fish, but also help filter the water for our rivers, which eventually end up in our homes.
Help rescue a local wetland by removing invasive weeds choking out native species.
Listen to frogs and watch birds fly in for breakfast - all while contributing to making this wetland a welcoming, healthy place for native wildlife.
Vaucluse, August 22nd
Nielsen Park in Sydney’s eastern suburbs is home to one of the rarest tress of Sydney. In fact, it’s only known location is in Neilson Park itself, which runs alongside the heritage listed Greycliffe house and borders the iconic Sydney Harbour and Shark Beach. Working in conjunction with National Parks and Wildlife, we are helping to reduce the number of threats this unique plant faces. This includes undertaking various measures to reduce weed invasion in the area, habitat restoration, monitoring of the site and importantly preparing the area for controlled ecological burns.
Smithfield, August 23rd
Join Conservation Volunteers for our Twilight Showcase: Re-Wilding Prospect Creek
Sip a hot cocoa and enjoy some nibbles as we share the stories of this urban wildlife sanctuary
Tuckurimba, Aug 27th and 1 other date
Join us on the banks of the Wilsons River to help plant Koala habitat trees and other local native plants. Enjoy being part of a team that is making survival a little easier for koalas, while also learning more about this iconic native species and other local birds and animals.
This project is an important part of our Connecting Koala Habitat program which, with assistance and support from dedicated rural landholders, will create wildlife corridors, improve and link koala habitat between local farms.
Centennial Park, August 29th
AMP Employees Only - Centennial Park
Lying in the heart of in the heart of Sydney, Centennial Parklands comprises Moore Park, Queens Park and Centennial Park and covers more than 360 ha. A classic urban park in the Victorian tradition it is one of the world’s finest & most used urban spaces, catering for 6 million visits a year.
As well as providing an invaluable green space for a wide variety of human activities it is also home to an impressive range of wildlife, from breeding waterbirds to a sizeable colony of flying foxes. There is a variety of valuable natural & heritage conservation works to be undertaken within the park, e.g. bush re-generation works such as removing invasive weed species from the naturalised areas of the park.
Michelago, September 4th
Our native birds need to be able to move safely through the landscape, so we will help them do that by planting a wildlife corridor. We have partnered with Local Land Services as part of their project to get more trees on local farms.
Upper Kangaroo River, September 17th
Be part of a project conserving environment and culture. Join the team from Brogers End in the beautiful Kangaroo Valley, as they revegetate agricultural land to help propagate a national conversation on the sustainability of our agricultural systems. We are building an interpretative walk incorporating edible and medicinal endemic plants that will serve to maintain a connection to country that is inherent in the local indigenous culture, and we need your help to plant everything!
Come work with us and rest your tired bones in our luxury eco-tourism accomodation where we will play pool, watch movies, make wood fired pizzas, go night spotting for wildlife and share stories. We will have a big lunch party to culminate the full working week, we can’t wait!
Mosman 2088, September 21st
Bradleys Head - The Endangered Red-crowned Toadlet
Conservation Volunteers Australia is working with New South Wales National Parks & Wildlife Service and local species experts to carry out important habitat protection and rehabilitation activities and monitoring at key locations for the Red-crowned Toadlet throughout Sydney.
These vital conservation endeavours will provide critical habitat and protection as well as enhance and extend existing areas for Red-crowned Toadlets (Pseudophryne australis), improving their chances of breeding success and providing safe and healthy habitat to avoid predators and pollution.
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