Bringing back the bush - Conservation Volunteers Australia

Sunday 28 August

Bringing back the bush - Conservation Volunteers Australia

Calling all locals! We need your help to save the critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland. We'll be planting native trees and shrubs, pulling out weeds and listening to the birds' calls.

CAM00013Conservation Volunteers are bringing back the bush for the birds in the critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland.

Take a morning stroll and listen to the birdcalls of a recovering forest in the Western Sydney Parklands at Plough and Harrow Reserve. Our team will be busy planting native trees, shrubs and grasses, clearing weeds and having fun, so come along for a great opportunity to meet new people, learn how to identify and grow the unique plants and trees that are needed to help our wildlife flourish in Western Sydney while helping to conserve the precious Cumberland Plain Woodland.

With only 9% remaining and many unique species that aren't found anywhere else in the world, you will be making a vital contribution to the protection of this critically endangered ecological community.

It's a beautiful day out - and you never know, you might just get to work with wild kangaroos watching on.

Bookings

If you need any more information, please email westernsydney@cva.org.au or call us on (02) 47214625.  

  • Date: 28th August 2016
  • Location: Western Sydney Parklands - Plough and Harrow East Reserve
  • Time: 09:00 - 03:00
  • Cost: Free
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