WHEN: Saturday 25 May, 10am to 3pm WHERE: Busselton Youth Centre, 21 Foreshore Parade, Busselton WA Join FAWNA and friends for a complimentary lunch and learn more about the critically endangered Western Ringtail Possum including: • Biology and behaviour • The role of veterinarians • Creating a possum-friendly garden...
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Keep your pets inside at night….so possums feel safe to forage, feed and thrive Article by Nicole Lincoln, GeoCatch Possums have graced pavements across the City of Busselton this year in the form of spray chalk cartoons carrying the ‘Pets away, Possums play’ message. The cartoons have been spotted...
A pre-release facility or ‘Possum Finishing School’ for rehabilitated possums developed near Capel has begun to welcome its first students. The Possum Finishing School is part of a joint research project involving the South West Catchments Council (SWCC), Fostering and Assistance for Wildlife Needing Aid (FAWNA), The University of...
(via GeoCatch) Kitty Cat School came to Busselton for all cat owners wanting to give their cat a healthy, happy and enriched life. Similar to puppy school, Kitty Cat School connects cat owners with expert cat behaviourists and local vets to provide the best available cat care advice. “This...
Grab a friend or the whole family and join Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions Regional Ecologist, Geoff Barrett, as we share insights from 7 years of local Western Ringtail Possum survey data. Presentations include: Ringtail Tally Results over 7 surveys: Where are ringtails found and in what numbers?...
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...
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South West Catchments Council is collaborating wit...
Winter nitrogen on pastures: Trial shows how to reduce feed costs and risk of leaching 3 May, 2021
A pasture response trial near Busselton has shown ...
$20 Million Drought Resilience Boost for South West 29 April, 2021
Southwest WA will be better prepared for the impac...
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