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Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo Training Workshops

By Stephen Newbey. SWCC and Birdlife Australia recently ran two ran two cockatoo training workshops, one in conjunction with Katanning Landcare, and the other with Blackwood Basin Group. The training included: How to identify potential cockatoo nesting sites; Survey methods of nesting sites; How to use ‘Cocky Cam’ to...

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NEW Urban Wildlife app for Citizen Scientists

A new app is available for citizen scientists to help monitor native wildlife in Australian cities and towns. The CAUL Urban Wildlife App can be used to record sightings of possums, gliders, butterflies, frogs, and flying foxes. Users from all states and territories in Australia can participate. The data you record about the...

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Pollinating minds at Barrabup

More than 30 people from across the region joined Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac Webb at Barrabup Pool Nannup this week to learn more about native plants and trees and the pollination benefits to agriculture. Participants relaxed in a magnificent bush classroom fringed by tea-trees while Mr Webb of the...

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Linking Pollination and Traditional Knowledge

Exploring the connection between Aboriginal culture and pollination is the focus of a SWCC workshop on Wednesday 5 June at Barrabup Pool near Nannup. Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac Webb of the Undalup Association will share his traditional ecological knowledge and understanding of the location with participants. SWCC project manager...

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