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Elwood, May 10th
Tabcorp staff day planting trees @ Elwood Foreshore
Elwood, May 12th and 6 other dates
Join our revegetation project around the Elwood Foreshore. Together we can improve our valuable native habitat as well as protect and enhance the biodiversity of the Port Phillip region!
Corio, May 15th and 1 other date
Limeburners Bay is a tide-dominated estuary that runs off Hovells Creek and is a regionally significant conservation reserve with saltmarsh and Ramsar classified wetlands. It provides important feeding and roosting for many birds species, nursery habitat for fish and contains plants that support the uncommon Altona Skipper Butterfly.
Through assisting with activities such as tree planting, weed removal and rubbish colleciton, you can help preserve and enhance the diverse environmental values that Limeburners Bay supports.
Please ensure appropriate clothing is worn for long periods outdoors - this includes sturdy footwear, long pants and long sleeved shirt. Please bring your own lunch and bottle of water.
Sebastopol , May 16th and 2 other dates
Get in at the ground level of a brand new conservation reserve in Southern Ballarat!
M.R. Power Reserve has been secured to be kept as a green space within the ever growing suburb of Sebastopol. Do your part for the community and join in with like-minded individuals in the creation of this reserve.
Hamilton, May 17th
Come join us on a night time spotlighting tour to look for Eastern Barred Bandicoots and other little critters living inside the 6km predator proof fence in Hamilton!
The Eastern Barred Bandicoot is a small, nocturnal marsupial. The mainland subspecies of Eastern Barred Bandicoot, Perameles gunnii, is listed as extinct in the wild.
Eastern Barred Bandicoots rest in a shallow, grass lined nest during the day and come out to forage at night on a variety of invertebrates, such as worms, grubs and beetles. They are solitary animals and have a short gestation period, with young born after just 12 days of pregnancy. They have distinct bars on their rump as their name suggests.
Eastern Barred Bandicoots were once widespread across the grasslands and grassy woodlands of western Victoria, extending into the south-east corner of South Australia. Widespread decline of the species occurred across Victoria, primarily due to a combination of predation by introduced foxes and habitat loss. By the 1970’s, the subspecies could only be found in Hamilton, but this population was also declining.
Greenvale, May 19th and 1 other date
Enjoy a morning of fun and education learning about your critically endangered neighbour the Eastern Barred Bandicoot at Parks Victoria's Woodlands Historic Park. A perfect day out for young children, parents, students and to all neighbours around the park and across Melbourne!
In line with the age limitations that apply to CV insurance cover, you must be 7 years of age and above to participate in the project. Anyone between the age 7 and 14 years must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
Woorndoo, May 21st
In a district renowned for the quality of its species-rich
remnant communities derived from Natural Temperate
Grassland and the Grassy Eucalypt Woodland, this project
aims to reduce threats to these communities and their
component species. It will diversify an existing restoration
and double the size of the restored area. The species will
be locally indigenous, both common and endangered.
Anglesea, May 22nd and 1 other date
Anglesea Heath is the richest and most diverse vegetation community in Victoria. Amazingly, about a quarter of Victoria's plant species can be found here including over 80 different types of orchids. The area has been invaded by many weeds such as Boneseed, Bluebell creeper and Sallow Wattle.
Take action now and join us in the removal of these weeds and contribute to the restoration of this important environment.
Geelong, May 23rd and 1 other date
Join us as we assist with litter audits around Queenscliff and central Geelong as part of the Caring for our Bays campaign.
Caring for our Bays is an innovative program that aims to lift the profile and appreciation of Corio Bay and the Bellarine shoreline of Port Phillip Bay, raise awareness of litter and its impact, and reduce the amount of litter, sediments and nutrients that enter the waterways.
Through this project you will be contributing to into how much litter is generated at each site, what is the majority of the litter and the data will then be used to educate and encourage the community to look after their local area and improve the health of both the bay and the foreshore.
Melbourne, May 24th and 1 other date
`The Island` is a lava-capped ridge at the junction of Myrniong Creek and the Werribee River, spanning an area of 188ha. The Island is the first of a series of `Greenhouse Friendly` carbon biodiversity sites. Join us to do follow up works from revegetation activities.
Nhill, June 12th
Rewilding the Desert is an ambitious project aiming to bring back from the brink some of Australia’s most threatened wildlife, including: The Western Quoll, Burrowing Bettong and Western Barred Bandicoot. At Conservation Volunteers’ three properties adjoining the Little Desert National Park in western Victoria, we will be reintroducing a suite of these nationally threatened species. Amidst the natural beauty of the remote Wimmera landscape come and participate in a scientifically rigorous monitoring and research program that is going to help conserve Australia’s unique wildlife.
In this project you will be returning habitat back to a more natural state. To do this we will be planting native species, mapping rabbit populations and removing old fence lines.
**** On this project Volunteers will recieve free accommodation and meals.*****
Free travel by bus or troop carrier from Bendigo will be available.
Self drive options also available.
Additional activities may include spotlight tours and feeding of contained fauna.
Greenvale, June 21st
Volunteer day for DATACOM EMPLOYEES ONLY @ Woodlands Historic Park
Yea, July 4th
A great opportunity to contribute to the upkeep and ecological significance of the Great Victorian Rail Trail! This three day residential project provides a great opportunity to explore some of Victoria while completing valuable work.
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