Bemboka Lowland Grassy Woodland Field Day – Saturday 25 November 2017
Bemboka River Reserve is a beautiful remnant of Lowland Grassy Woodland, once widespread across the Bega Valley Shire and now an Endangered Ecological Community.
Fire is one of the key management tools being used in the reserve, with an area burnt in early Spring this year. A CMN field day with botanist Jackie Miles on Saturday 25 November 2017 will look at the use of fire in Lowland Grassy Woodlands, see the results of burning at the reserve, identify plants in this community, and show how you can monitor your own grassy woodland remnants.
The reserve also provides significant habitat for local fauna. We are fortunate to have Sarah Pizzey coming along to talk about bird life at the reserve and identify species we hear and see on the day, and ecologist Andrew Morrison to highlight important habitat features for fauna in Lowland Grassy Woodlands.
For more information and bookings contact Ali Rodway at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0417 246 896.
What did people say about the Sugar Glider Nest Box Building workshop last year?
“An absolutely wonderful day. I learnt so much. Just wish it could keep going. The day finished before I knew it. Hope you have more days like this!”
“Everything was fantastic – well organised, well resourced, well taught and lovely people to meet. Thank you!”
Watch this space for news of some great CMN events coming up. You can also catch up with all the latest news and advice in our Bio Blog or become a member of the network and you’ll receive our regular e-newsletter so you hear about events first hand.