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Publish Date: July 23, 2021
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The wombat was filmed a few weeks ago ( at night)in Scaly Bark Creek. We have not seen any signs of burrows so it would be interesting to see how many others exist. Or if anyone else has seen wombats in the Kenthurst area.
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The wombat was filmed a few weeks ago ( at night)in Scaly Bark Creek. We have not seen any signs of burrows so it would be interesting to see how many others exist. Or if anyone else has seen wombats in the Kenthurst area.
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Danielle Packer
This is so awesome Ricki! Great to see more wombats around. He doesnt look like he has mange either which is good. Hard to tell I guess too
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Cattai Hills Environment Network
Come along to the Greater Sydney Landcare AGM!
'We try and offer the Landcare community a selection of special speakers as part of the AGM, educating and sharing from leaders in the environmental resto...View More
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Our second Land For Wildlife Landholders who are also part of the Cattai Creek Catchment and back on to Blue Gum Creek, another platypus key creek!
They have done some amazing work on their property du...View More
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We have known they were here in the Cattai Creek Catchment through eDNA sampling, but now we have an actual photo!
Some amazing photographers 2MadPhotographers have made it their mission to capture th...View More
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With the increasing work, CHEN has been doing to deliver platypus conservation efforts and education to protect platypus habitat in the Hills Shire, we have opened up a way for the community to help u...View More
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The New South Wales State of Volunteering Report has been released!
"The report found that almost 4.9 million adults volunteered in NSW, giving more than 1.5 billion hours of their time in 2020. Their ...View More
Eucalyptus cattai, our beautiful local endangered species!
Beautiful that we have this species in The Hills Shire. We need to protect the trees as they're only growing in isolated pockets.
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Beautiful that we have this species in The Hills Shire. We need to protect the trees as they're only growing in isolated pockets.
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Melanie Hartley
Nice sentiments @Sue Martin, you might want to add the contest hashtag and enter this in the comp that started today. https://www.landcarer.com.au/stories/414/snap-up-500-in-the-landcarerphotocontest2021/
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Danielle Packer
The Royal Botanic Gardens are currently preparing a formal description for the species, so hopefully we will be able to have some sort of Plant ID sheet that we can use to identify this species!
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Thats great. I would love to keep an eye out for it when we are out and about doing field work.
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Great talk given by Danielle about Platypus in some of The Hills Waterways... did you all get to watch the presentation?
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Danielle Packer
Thank you Ricki!
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Thank you Ricki!
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Sandstone rocks make such great refuges and hiding places for lizards, skinks, snakes. Sometimes small birds can be seen going underneath the overhangs looking for insects, beetles and even spider web...View More
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The wombat was filmed a few weeks ago ( at night)in Scaly Bark Creek. We have not seen any signs of burrows so it would be interesting to see how many others exist. Or if anyone else has seen wombats in the Kenthurst area.
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The wombat was filmed a few weeks ago ( at night)in Scaly Bark Creek. We have not seen any signs of burrows so it would be interesting to see how many others exist. Or if anyone else has seen wombats in the Kenthurst area.
Like December 1, 2021
Danielle Packer
This is so awesome Ricki! Great to see more wombats around. He doesnt look like he has mange either which is good. Hard to tell I guess too
Like December 2, 2021
Cattai Hills Environment Network
Come along to the Greater Sydney Landcare AGM!
'We try and offer the Landcare community a selection of special speakers as part of the AGM, educating and sharing from leaders in the environmental resto...View More
Cattai Hills Environment Network
Our second Land For Wildlife Landholders who are also part of the Cattai Creek Catchment and back on to Blue Gum Creek, another platypus key creek!
They have done some amazing work on their property du...View More
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