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Project: Eastern Barred Bandicoot Fence Patrollers at Woodlands Historic Park
Available
Location: Woodlands Historic Park Dates: 27th January to 23rd December 2014

Main Task:
  • Wildlife Management
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Do you want to play a direct role in saving one of Victoria’s most threatened marsupials??  After losing 99% of there natural grassland habitat the main threat to bandicoots are foxes.  This is where we need your help.  Patrolling the 7km fence which protects the enclosure from foxes is the key to the bandicoots survival.  This task is a great way to enjoy a beautiful walk at Woodlands Historic Park, keep fit, walk your dog, enjoy nature and most important direct action in saving a threatened species.  We are creating a roster of regular fence patrollers to support our Project Officer.  PARTICIPANTS MUST CALL PROJECT OFFICER ON 0438541119 FOR ENQUIRIES AND BOOKINGS!! DO NOT BOOK ONLINE.  All Volunteers will undertake a program briefing and training in fence maintenance.  Spaces are limited so get involved.  No previous experience is necessary, you will be trained in all activities.  Learn new skills, meet new people and be part of a fantastic team.

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Cost: Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.

Project: Trail Rider Sherpa Program in the Grampians
Available
Location: Halls Gap Dates: 12th April to 30th June 2014

Main Task:
  • Guided Bushwalk
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES

Do you have a passion for the outdoors and enjoy helping people?

Grampians National Park is seeking volunteers to be trained as all terrain wheelchair operators, also known as sherpas. As a volunteer sherpa you will play an important role in enabling park visitors with mobility limitations to be able to explore one of Victoria’s most stunning National Parks using the Parks Victoria TrailRider chairs. If you would like to know more about the exciting new Volunteer Sherpa Program, contact:

Katherine Dyson

Volunteer Coordinator, Grampians National Park

t. 0428 553 040 / (03) 5361 4063

e. kdyson@parks.vic.gov.au / kdyson@cva.org.au

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Cost: Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.

Project: Help save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot at Woodlands Historic Park (sponsored by Melbourne Airport)
Fully Booked
Location: Woodlands Historic Park Dates: 19th April 2014

Main Task:
  • Fencing
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • FLORA & FAUNA

The Eastern Barred Bandicoot is considered extinct in Victoria’s wild due to two main threats:

· 99% of the state’s native grasslands have disappeared

· Predation by foxes and cats have decimated bandicoot numbers

Only by improving bandicoot habitat and protecting them from predators will we have a chance to save the Eastern barred bandicoot.

Come and help us with fencing and weed control at Woodlands Historic Park to create a safe home for the Eastern Barred Bandicoot!

This project is made possible through the support of Melbourne Airport.

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Project: Barwon Heads foreshore weed blitz
Fully Booked
Location: Barwon Coast Depot Dates: 22nd to 23rd April 2014

Main Task:
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Help to remove invasive weeds around Barwon Heads foreshore and bluff.

If the weeds are left then they will spread further along the coastline, so we need help to tackle them now!

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Project: Community Involvement and Education - Creekwatch
Available
Location: Louisa Creek Dates: 22nd to 23rd April 2014

Main Task:
  • Survey Work
Interests:
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Townsville is a tropical capital city with the Great Barrier Reef at our doorstep. Come and join CV to help conserve our wonderful environment. Creekwatch is an opportunity to learn more about our waterways and how to keep them healthy.  Come along for a day or two to collect data, fish and identifiy macro invertibrates (water bugs).  A fantastic way to see out of the way off the beaten track areas around Townsville. Creekwatch aims to involve the local community with their local environment. Creekwatch activities include macroinvertebrate, fish and fauna surveys and water quality testing. Come along and key out the bugs and fish to see how healthy our waterways are. Creekwatch has weekly opportunities at Louisa Creek every Tuesday and monthly activities at Bluewater Creek, Fairfield Waters, Sach’s Creek and Bohle River on Wednesdays. Project Officer Helen Manski – 0428 533 078 Project Focus: Birds and Wildlife, Climate Change, Water monitoring Project Tasks: planting, seed collection, surveys, weed removal

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Cost: From $40.00 for 2 Days
more details.. * single day bookings are FREE

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