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Friends of the Hooded Plover

Contact at Parks Victoria is Ranger Martin Downs, (03) 5986 9100.

This group is associated with the Mornington Peninsula National Park. 

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Contact: Val Ford
Email: hploversmornpen@gmail.com

 

 

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Get Planting on National Tree Day at The Prom

22 Jul 2016

Parks Victoria and Friends of the Prom are celebrating this year’s National Tree Day on Sunday 31 July with a joint planting project at Wilsons Promontory National Park. Parks Victoria Area Chief Ranger Brett Mitchell says tree planting is a great community activity as it enables people of all ages…

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Rose Pruning Demonstration

23 Jul 2016 11:00am-3:00pm

The Rose Society of Victoria volunteers will give an informative talk and demonstrate their rose pruning techniques. Two sessions will run at 11am and 2pm around the Cottage Garden at Historic Le Page Homestead. B.Y.O. Secateurs for “hands-on” tuition. Light refreshments available. The Rose Society of Victoria's reference books can…

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Community Tree Planting Event

24 Jul 2016 11:00am-2:00pm

Join Friends of Steele Creek, Wurundjeri's Narrap Team and Parks Victoria for a community tree planting day at Steele Creek in Lower Maribyrnong River Land Park. Please wear appropriate clothing and closed shoes/boots. Bring your own water and gloves. Light refreshments are provided. Enter from: Warrick Court, Avondale Heights; Lily…

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Science In The Park: Wildlife Counts

14 Aug 2016 10:00am-3:00pm

Join PrimeSCI!; the LabRats Student Science Club for a day of fun hands on science activities. 'Young scientists' learn to identify and monitor local species of birds, frogs, koalas, ants and freshwater invertebrates. Or hear from researchers from Westernport Biosphere, Platypus Education Group and other presenters in the wetlands observatory.

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Friends of Glen Nayook working bee

25 Sep 2016 9:00am-11:00am

Loop track maintenance. Morning tea provided.