Point Cook, Victoria
- Departs from:
72 Maribyrnong St, Footscray 3011 Victoria
ph:+613 9326 8250
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Cheetham wetlands, located on the western shores of Port Phillip bay form a part of the Point Cook Coastal park. Conservation Volunteers will be assisting Parks Victoria with some important enhancement activities of the RAMSAR protected wetlands site.
RAMSAR convention on Wetlands of International Importance is a treaty for the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands. This site is consequently a safe home for many native and migratory birds including the Red-necked stint, the Curlew sandpiper and the Orange bellied parrot.
Your help is very important for the overall maintenance and preservation of the site!
Activities will include weeding, mulching and rubbish collection.
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