SWIFFT - State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams

SWIFFT - State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams
SWIFFT - State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams
SWIFFT - State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams
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Golden Plains Shire
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Current events

September is the start of the flowering season for the White Sunray.

See the September bio-calendar to see what some of our native plants and animals are doing this month.

white sunray

White Sunray - endangered

Listed under Victoria's FFG Act 1988

 

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Events in September 2017

Saturday 9th | Habitat planting for Regent Honeyeater

The Regent Honeyeater project is undertaking major revegetation to create new habitat. The sites are part of a major Biolink from Lurg to the Wetlands.  We have plenty of great sites available that will improve ecosystems and give benefits into the future for the endangered wildlife. We can supply accommodation in the Scout and Guides halls in Benalla in the form of mattresses and an evening meal on Saturday and an onsite lunch on Sunday. Volunteers for planting all or part of the week-end most welcome -   You’ll enjoy beautiful  scenery,    good fun,  free food,  new friends and great  sense  of  achievement.

Location: Lurg Hills near Benalla
Contact: Andie Guerin, Field Officer with the Regent Honeyeater Project

Saturday 23rd | Habitat planting for Regent Honeyeater

The Regent Honeyeater project is undertaking major revegetation to create new habitat. The sites are part of a major Biolink from Lurg to the Wetlands.  We have plenty of great sites available that will improve ecosystems and give benefits into the future for the endangered wildlife. We can supply accommodation in the Scout and Guides halls in Benalla in the form of mattresses and an evening meal on Saturday and an onsite lunch on Sunday. Volunteers for planting all or part of the week-end most welcome -   You’ll enjoy beautiful  scenery,    good fun,  free food,  new friends and great  sense  of  achievement.  

Location: Lurg Hills near Benalla
Contact: Andie Guerin, Field Officer with the Regent Honeyeater Project