National parks and remote areas are often viewed as the stronghold of gliders in eastern Australia, but in many places the marsupials live ‘whiskers to cheek’ alongside major urban centres like Melbourne, Albury, Wollongong, Taralga, Gosford and Brisbane. […]
On Friday 11th September, the Taronga Zoomobile headed down to Trunkey Public School located in Trunkey Creek, a small town about an hour from Bathurst. Along with representatives from Local Land Services, National Parks and Wildlife Services and the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH), we presented workshops on threatened species.
The day, organised by the Kanangra-Boyd […]
Local school children from the Blayney, Wyangala, Bigga and Trunkey Creek districts will learn about the fascinating creatures that share their backyards at the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala (K2W) Biodiversity Day on 11 September.
Run to coincide with National Biodiversity Month, children from eight primary schools will have a chance to see some of their local animals, […]
Teachers from five local schools joined the K2W team in Bathurst at the first of two workshops to develop learning material to inspire the next generation of nature carers.
The workshop forms part of a collaborative project between the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) and the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to develop educational […]
Monitoring of birds in the temperate woodlands of South-eastern Australia is one of the most important tools for assessing ecological health and resilience in this diverse but scarce habitat type within the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) corridor. It is also a great way to engage with communities in habitat restoration and protection. Traditionally, bird monitoring […]