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Campaigns

Now or Never – Protect Powerful Owl Habitat Before it’s Too Late

There are those moments in time when you can do something truly remarkable for a vulnerable species. Or you can turn away and lose yet another native species to the area.

Here we have a remarkable property which contains perfect habitat for Powerful Owls and in fact has resident owls and a development which ticks all of the boxes and is even going to preserve a part of the site, but the likely outcome will be another loss of prime Powerful Owl habitat.

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Advocacy

Protect Sydney from Synthetic Fields – a Social and Environmental Menace

Press Release Natural Turf Alliance – 22 October 2021

The NSW Government has a responsibility to ensure the community has access to quality playing fields that are accessible to the whole community, represent taxpayer value for money and do not result in major environmental damage.

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Walks and Talks

Frog Talk a Croaking Success

Thank you to all those who braved the torrential rain at our frog talk a couple of weeks ago. It was fantastic to see so many people of all ages come out and learn about and meet some our local frogs. Big thanks to Kathy and the Frog and Tadpole Study Group for talking to our community. We have many events planned so subscribe to receive updates here.

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Bush Regeneration

Students for Nature

Something very special happened on Friday 27th September. A group of students from Asquith Boys High School embarked on an environmental restoration project within the Berowra Valley National Park at the Lyrebird Gully track, Mount Kuring-Gai. This project celebrated the collaboration between Asquith Boys High School, the National Parks and Wildlife Service, Hornsby Shire Council, the Friends of Berowra Valley and Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre. The aims of the day were to enable the students to further develop their connection to our natural word, learn from experts in the field, deepen their knowledge of bushland management and to teach the skills required for preserving natural areas into the future.