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Stewardship mornings on McFarlanes Hill

McFarlanes Hill McFarlanes Hill, Wodonga, VIC

Event Date: Weekly from Tuesday 1st March Join Parklands Rangers and the Friends of Felltimber Creek for 2 hours on a Tuesday to help restore the natural environment of McFarlanes Hill. This volunteer program focuses on our regional Box Gum Grassy Woodlands - the endangered ecological community dominated by White Box, Yellow Box and Blakely's...

Stewardship mornings in Baranduda Regional Park

Baranduda Regional Park Baranduda Regional Park, Baranduda, VIC

Event Date: Weekly on Fridays, 4th March - 29th April Join Parklands Rangers in our stewardship program creating ecosystem resilience in the regional hills. This program focuses on our regional Box Gum Grassy Woodlands - the endangered ecological community characterised by a diverse mix of species dominated by White Box, Yellow Box and Blakely's Red Gum...

Community Planting morning

Murray River Regional Park Carrolls Road, Wodonga, VIC

Event Date: Saturday 27th August Join the Rotary Club of Albury Hume, local business FC Circular and Parklands Albury Wodonga for a community planting morning on Saturday 27th August, 10am-12 noon, and be a part of the State of the Environment action! Plants planted this morning will connect conservation sites in West Wodonga, providing safe travel zones and habitat for...

Habitat Walk ‘n Talk @ West Wodonga with Sue Brunskill

McFarlanes Hill McFarlanes Hill, Wodonga, VIC

Join passionate native plant and wildlife enthusiast Sue Brunskill exploring the spring wildflowers and habitat of McFarlanes Hill Regional Park. Sue is an experienced bush regenerator, horticulturist and teacher. She will lead a short walk exploring the natural habitat values of the area and discussing stewardship activities to support the regeneration of native species. Where:...

Park Volunteer mornings in Albury’s Bush Parks

Commencing today, join Parklands Rangers and our Park Stewardship volunteers in Albury's best bush parks, every Friday as spring unfolds. Every week we will spend 2 hours in Albury's environmental lands doing practical park tasks. You will work alongside our Rangers experiencing the 'how to' of caring for our bush parks and reserves; undertaking a variety of park maintenance/improvement...

Friends of the Kiewa River – Killara working bee cancelled due to flooding

Kiewa River Walking Track North Kiewa River Walking Track North, Bandiana, VIC

Event Date: Saturday 10th September As a follow up to our guided River walks, Parklands invite interested community members to participate in a short working bee improving the habitat value of the Kiewa River. Come and explore the Kiewa river parklands, contribute to biodiversity conservation, and see if you can spot any rakali as we work!...

Frogs and Frog ID – Citizen Science in Action with Karen Retra

Event Date: Saturday 10th September Join naturalist and avid citizen scientist Karen Retra for some frog spotting in peak frog season on the Kiewa river. Revealing the world of frogs and their habitat, Karen will  introduce the why’s and wherefores of identifying frogs and recording your frog observations using the Frog ID app and your mobile phone. This walk will have...

Albury Park Volunteer morning – Red Light Hill

Join Parklands Rangers and our Park Stewardship volunteers in Albury’s best bush parks, every Friday as spring unfolds. Every week we spend 2 hours in Albury’s environmental lands doing practical park tasks. You will work alongside our Rangers experiencing the ‘how to’ of caring for our bush parks and reserves; undertaking a variety of park maintenance/improvement tasks like...

Spotlighting Night Walk on Gateway Island, with Ranger Dan

Event Date: Wednesday 19th September What's going on in the bush tonight? Join Parklands Rangers to find out! Ranger Dan will lead you on a night adventure spotlighting for nocturnal native wildlife along the Kiewa river. Parklands have been working with the community restoring the native plants to the area in recent years to support native wildlife....

Spotlighting Night Walk in the Kiewa Wetlands, with Ranger Dan

Event Date: Wednesday 21st September What's going on in the bush tonight? Join Parklands Rangers to find out! Ranger Dan will lead you on a night adventure spotlighting for nocturnal native wildlife along the Kiewa river. Parklands have been working with the community restoring the native plants to the area in recent years to support native wildlife....

Albury Park Volunteer Morning – Bungambrawartha Creek

Join Parklands Rangers and our Park Stewardship volunteers in Albury’s best bush parks, every Friday as spring unfolds. Every week we spend 2 hours in Albury’s environmental lands doing practical park tasks. You will work alongside our Rangers experiencing the ‘how to’ of caring for our bush parks and reserves; undertaking a variety of park maintenance/improvement tasks like...

Habitat Walk ‘n Talk @ Castle Creek with Sue Brunskill

Castle Creek Conservation Reserve Castle Creek Rd, Wodonga

Join passionate native plant and wildlife enthusiast Sue Brunskill exploring spring wildflowers in the regional parks. Sue is an experienced bush regenerator, horticulturist and teacher. Each month Sue is leading a short walk exploring the natural habitat values of a different area and discussing stewardship activities to support the regeneration of native species. Where: Today we will...

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