Conserving biodiversity on Mornington Peninsula
If any people are interested in coming with us on a creative, nonviolent protest in attempt to shame the Japanese Government and put a stop the slaughtering of these magnificent creatures.We will be…Continue
Started by mark adams Jan 14, 2012.
Darcy Duggan had mentioned that slashing Pteridium esculentum promotes regrowth which is thicker in much the same way that burning promotes it, which I think I've heard from Darcy though Gidja has…Continue
Started by OutBush. Last reply by OutBush Sep 15, 2011.
Welcome, the purpose of this network is to assist each other with info sharing. Feel free to post photos of something you need identifying, ask a question about anything to do with Bushland Restoration, post a blog on things you've seen around or whats happening at your site, list an event, upload documents, photo's, video's, comment on others questions, queries, statement, what ever you wish. Lets work together and help and support each other in a postive way.… Continue
RSPCA, DSE and Frankston City Council are now working together to address Seagull issues in Frankston. This includes investigating and following up on poorly designed and maintained roof top deterrents that have been reported, advising building owners and managers of humane and effective solutions, educating the public about food waste and feeding seagull issues, and waste management issues in the Frankston CAD.
Keep your eye out for local media releases from RSPCA and DSE on these…Continue
Posted by melanie attard on July 30, 2011 at 2:43pm
Posted by NORMAN MCKINLAY on July 1, 2010 at 9:52pm