Join Friends of Mosman Park Bushland at 8.45am at Mosman Beach, opposite Montessori School, northern most carpark, 2 Curtin Avenue, Mosman Park. 2-3 hour walk, bring a water bottle and wear clothes suited to the weather. Find out why it is an a green corridor, what it provided for the first Australians and the European settlers. To view my file, click this link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmeJniUrOAjKgaAAhs6i3S0LwnYy_Q
Sue Conlan Friends of Mosman Park Bushland 0419942483
Join us for a fun morning of planting new seedlings and making new friends at the stunning location of Mt Lyell Park.
All volunteers who help on the day are welcome to join us at the end for a free lunch.
Remember to wear clothing suitable for gardening (including wet weather gear if necessary), including a hat and gloves, apply sunscreen and bring a water bottle.
When: Sunday 30 June 2019, 9.30am - 11.30am Where: Mt Lyell Park - meet at the lookout. Access via Pethyridge Heights or McAllister Rise RSVP: by email to email@example.com or by calling 9384 1633.
Point Roe is a salt marsh. These types of salt marshes work day and night in so many way to keep our river healthy and us healthy!
Unfortunately Point Roe is a degraded salt marsh and needs our continued help. We now know the importance of healthy vegetation along our waterways. You may have noticed a salt marsh areas along the Swan River has already been fenced for great benefit to the River & us.
Let’s give the Roe Point salt marsh a helping hand so it will bring back the birds and bring back the tough salt tolerant sedges. A healthier Roe Point salt marsh will contribute to restoring the health of the Swan River and keep the river fish and dolphins happy.
Did you know that most of the birds that use our beaches make their nest on the ground and they are very well disguised? For this and other reason access to salt marshes should be managed and restricted.
If you would like to read more " The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands" had their International conference in Australia in 2018 with a message for an urgent need to protect and restore our saltmarshes.
Tools, gloves and morning tea provided! Bring a water bottle! Wear protective old clothes suited to bush work and the weather! Forecast 30 degrees!