Ringtail Tally 2021

Verschuer Place, Bunbury

The Ringtail Tally was established by GeoCatch in 2016, in partnership with the WA Government's Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. The Tally aims to improve our knowledge and awareness of critically-endangered western ringtail possums living in urban areas. Citizen scientists are engaged to record sightings of possums in their local area over a month. The results are shared with […]

LCC: What’s That Weed?

Lower Blackwood LCDC Office 403 Kudardup Rd, Kudardup

We all know what a beautiful & biodiverse hotspot we live in, so the topic of weeds is an important one. Weeds can & do displace our native species, altering not only the diversity & interactions of the flora, but also its value for the fauna as a food source and habitat. Weeds are also a major issue for primary […]

Traditional Fire Management Workshop – Rosa Glen

Rosa Glen 517 Rosa Glen Road, Rosa Glen

  Come along for a talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun Cultural Custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb to learn how local Aboriginal people traditionally used fire to manage bushland, including timing, frequency, intensity, what and where to burn and not to burn. Date: Monday 17 May, Rosa Glen (near Margaret River) Time: 9.00am to 12.00pm. Please ensure on the day you wear suitable clothing […]

$59.11

Traditional Fire Management Workshop – Busselton

Walsall 325 Acton Park S Road, Walsall

  Come along for a talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun Cultural Custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb to learn how local Aboriginal people traditionally used fire to manage bushland, including timing, frequency, intensity, what and where to burn and not to burn. Date: Saturday 22 May, Walsall (inland from Busselton) Time: 9.00am to 12.00pm. Please ensure on the day you wear suitable clothing for […]

$59.11

Traditional Fire Management Workshop – Donnybrook

Argyle 300 Hetherington Road, Argyle

  Come along for a talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun Cultural Custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb to learn how local Aboriginal people traditionally used fire to manage bushland, including timing, frequency, intensity, what and where to burn and not to burn. Date: Saturday 29 May, Argyle (near Donnybrook) Time: 9.00am to 12.00pm. Please ensure on the day you wear suitable clothing for being […]

$59.11

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