Conserving habitat in the Cove - Friday 22 November


mpicklesSat, 14/09/2019 - 8:11am

Workshop for both NAC Urban and Non Urban Residents critical for maintaining our environment.

Ever wondered what wildlife there is in the cove and how can we protect habitats and the wildlife?

North Arm Cove is home to many endangered and at risk wildlife.  Sugar Gliders, Pygmy Possums, Phasagoles, Koalas and Bandicoots to name a few. How can we live in the Cove and at the same time protect the habitat for rare and endangered communities? 

This is an opportunity to explore habitats in the cove, discuss what you can do in your garden to create and or protect animals and birds and plant some food for wildlife.

We are lucky to have Matt Bell Chief Ecologist Mid Coast Council and Landcare on Friday 22 November. This is the best date that can be arranged to suit Matt and other workers. The Workshop will start at the Hall and involve a field trip to areas around the Cove. Facebook live may also be set up.

Some of the key questions posed are;

What is habitat?

What birds and mammals have been sighted in the Cove.

How can be preserve the habitat we have?

What kind of food for wildlife plants/trees we should have in our gardens?

How to clear land with best practice for buildings and asset management?

Book your place now by emailing or message 0424140356


Thank you to all our sponsors including

Port Stephens Moorings, PO Box Nelson Bay 2315