We successfully kicked off our citizen science bird monitoring project in the corridor last Saturday! We recorded Carnaby's black-cockatoos, a Rainbow bee-eater, Australian Ringnecks and Weebills and even found a Wood duck nest. Now it's your turn to get involved! Read on & watch the videos below to find out how. Birdlife WA's Citizen Science… Continue reading Birdlife Citizen Science Project officially launched
Volunteers from the Wildlfower Society WA took around 25 wildflower enthusiasts on a guided walk in the corridor last Saturday. We spotted an amazing variety of spring wildflowers, saw orchids and trigger plants and learnt how to tell Jarrah, Marri and Tuart trees apart by looking at their bark and gum nuts. A big thank… Continue reading Wildlflower Walk & Gladi Grab enjoyed by all
Kaya! Hello! Whadjuk Nyungar woman and language teacher Sharon Gregory will be introducing us to the Nyungar language, teaching us names of animals and places, as well as other things we encounter in the bush and natural environment. This introduction class will be held outdoors in the Rehabilitating Roe 8 bushland and offer an opportunity… Continue reading Introduction to Nyungar Language
Join us for a naturalist discovery ramble with drawing and photography, presented by biodiversity educator Angela Rossen. Everyone is welcome at this free, educational community event in the Rehabilitating Roe 8 wildlife corridor. Bring your smart phone, sketch book and drawing pencil if you would like to draw or journal. Or just come as you are! Light… Continue reading Nature Discovery Walk & Journaling
Between a local homeschool group last Thursday, a community planting event with over 50 volunteers on Saturday morning and 45 year 1 and 2 students from Spearwood Primary School this morning, we installed over 1,500 native seedlings in the previously cleared bushland on the corner of Coolbellup Ave and Forrest Road in Coolbellup as part… Continue reading Community effort saw 1,500 plants installed over the last 5 days!
Do you like birdwatching? Whether you’re an experienced ‘twitcher’ or simply have a keen interest in our feathered friends, you can help to collect valuable data on birdlife in the corridor. We are planning to run a citizen science project in collaboration with BirdLife Western Australia, where people can record which birds are frequenting the… Continue reading Get involved in citizen science: bird surveying!