National Threatened Species Day

National Threatened Species Day

National Threatened Species Day on 7 September is our annual reminder to spotlight native plants, animals and ecosystems that are under threat, reflect on how we can protect them in the future and remember the plants and animals we’ve lost to the extinction crisis. Have a look at the NSW Government’s latest Saving Our Species newsletter published today which […]

Help to Map Glossy Black-Cockatoos

Help to Map Glossy Black-Cockatoos

The Glossy Black-Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami) is one of the more threatened species of cockatoo in Australia and is listed as Vulnerable in NSW. A Special Project is underway to map the distribution of Glossy Black-Cockatoos, and the location of suitable nest hollows. The Atlas of Life and Canberra Nature Map are working with the OEH Saving […]

Merimbula Star-hair Survey this week

Merimbula Star-hair Survey this week

 Come along to Tura Library on 7 September from 9.30am-4pm and learn about the Merimbula Star-hair, a local endangered plant species, and the conservation efforts to help save it. Watch a short presentation at the Tura Library before heading out for a day in the bush with threatened species experts to undertake surveys in local reserves. This […]

Woodland Birds Workshop in Tathra – 7 Sept

Woodland Birds Workshop in Tathra – 7 Sept

Come along to On the Perch on Thursday 7 September from 9am-11am for Threatened Species Day to learn about and encounter some of the birds from our local area that are under threat. Hear about their habitat, some of the key threats and what we can do as landholders to assist. The day includes a short […]

Coming events

After the Fires – A Virtual Field Day in Quaama with Jackie Miles – coming this week – end July 2020 Due to restrictions on social gatherings this year we have been unable to organise our regular CMN workshops and field days. So we created this virtual workshop/field day series with more to follow throughout the […]