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Spray Point Conservation Group

The group is associated with the Mornington Peninsula National Park.

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Contact: Parks Victoria – Rosebud office
Phone: (03) 5986 9100

 

 

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An endangered Squirrel Glider. Photo courtesy of Museum Victoria Click to view the news RSS feed.

Endangered Squirrel Glider discovered in Grampians

25 Sep 2014

An endangered Squirrel Glider has been seen in the Grampians National Park for the first time in thirty years. An image of the creature was captured by a remote camera installed to survey the park’s fauna as part of a new partnership between Parks Victoria and the Fauna Survey Group…

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Discover the Prom from 1-3 November 2014

1 Nov 2014 12:30pm - 3 Nov 2014 4:30pm

Get to know Wilsons Promontory National Park with a Ranger on a Discovery walk or activity on Melbourne Cup Long Weekend from 1-3 November 2014. A range of activities are available including Junior Ranger activities for 6-12 year olds, StoryTime activities for pre-school age children and guided walks, presentations and…

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Little Desert Discovery

3 Nov 2014 8:00am - 6 Nov 2014 5:00pm

Make a big difference at Little Desert! Learn about the endangered Mallefowl recovery program, support wildlife monitoring and encounter a range of native wildlife species held at the Little Desert Sanctuary including Suger Gliders, Bruh-tailed Bettongs and Bush-stone Curlews.

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Grampians Conservation Explorer

3 Nov 2014 8:30am - 6 Nov 2014 5:30pm

We will take you behind the scenes on this exclusive, small group adventure as you work alongside a Parks Victoria Ranger to 'track and protect' the elusive Brush-tailed Phascogales, which are on Victoria's threatened species list. You will sample some of the region's best wines, see ancient Aboriginal rock art…

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The Melbourne Mega Bat Count

5 Nov 2014

The Grey-headed Flying-fox is the largest flying-fox (also known as a fruit bat) species in Australia. Each month the Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology conduct the monthly bat count at Yarra Bend Park at dusk on the Wednesday evening closest to the risen full moon. This data is critical…