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Join us for a day of relaxed learning and fun at our Schools Biodiversity Day! Why? To teach your kids about the plants, animals and insects that live in their local area and how they can care for their environment. We will also be talking about Glideways, our exciting new program to conserve gliders and their…Find out more »
Join K2W, Office of Environment and Heritage, Local Land Services and local Landcare groups to celebrate World Wetlands Day! On the day you will have the opportunity to: Hear from the experts in the field (plants, biodiversity and other values, climate change implications, geomorphology) Find out what makes our local upland swamps so special Learn why…Find out more »
Sharing expert knowledge and practical experience to build capacity for increased glider conservation in Central Victoria 3 glider researchers speaking about glider ecology and conservation practice Examples of successful Glideways projects in NSW 8 - 10 Central Victorian community conservation groups presenting their glider conservation work Synthesis and discussion around strategic whole-of-landscape approaches to increasing…Find out more »
Join us at the K2W BioBlitz 2016, a 48 hour survey blitz of local plants and animals led expert ecologists. Learn about the wildlife in your backyard and contribute new sightings to the Atlas of Living Australia using our new K2W NatureMapr app! There will be lots to see and do at our Trunkey Creek…Find out more »
Come along to a free pest animal control and monitoring workshop Speakers and topics: This event is supported by the K2W Glideways, Conservation partnership, the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife, NSW Local Land Services, & the Invasive Animals CRC. • Peter West –Welcome and introduction • Alistair Gordon-Smith – Predator control, including Canid…Find out more »
“ Birds, Bats, Bees and more – providing our native animals with food, shelter and a place to breed.”
Join local ecologist Dr Anne Kerle for a free walk/talk and spotlight around the Neville area on Saturday 6th May from 1.30pm.
How do we know whats out there? What have we lost in this area – (across all faunal groups): what are the Key elements of habitat and how this varies across animal species and groups; Why it is critically important to ensure the survival of our fauna; and How can we build up the key habitat elements?
Landholders and interested community members in the Bigga region are invited to join the K2W (Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala ) Link partnership for the launch of Petaurus Connections- a NSW Government Saving our Species (SoS) project in partnership with the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife. Petaurus Connections will focus on three NSW listed threatened species…Find out more »
Landholders and interested community members in the Tuena region are invited to join the K2W (Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala ) Link partnership for the launch of Petaurus Connections- a NSW Government Saving our Species (SoS) project in partnership with the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife.Find out more »