On 20th February, 2023, Susan Rhind, a wildlife conservation biologist, presented an interesting talk discussing research she and her partner, Murray Ellis, are carrying out on hollow nesting animals and nextboxes
A lovely 5km rainforest walk in the Royal.
Our first Monday meeting for the new year was the Annual General Meeting. Reports were presented outlining OFF’s activities during the past year, and a new committee was elected for 2023. The office bearers elected were: President: Kim Wagstaff Vice-Presidents: Adrian Polhill and Graham Lalchere Treasurer: Rodger Robertson Secretary: Scott Shade A full list of […]
OFF has commenced a campaign to increase Federal Govt funding for Landcare, Greening Australia and like minded organisations. Letters have been written to Senators David Pocock and Jacqui Lambie (Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Australia’s Disaster Resilience) requesting their assistance. Members are asked to support this important campaign by also writing to the Federal politicians who care about our planet and the impact of climate change.
On November 28 Saverio Russo told us how he became involved with the fascinating world of native bees.
On 24th October, Scott Deller, from the NSW Rural Fire Service, spoke about the devastating bushfires of 2019/20 and bought us the latest information on hazard reduction burns and the associated environmental considerations.
This walk was cancelled due to flooded creeks.