Want to come along and meet some of your nocturnal neighbours? Ecologist Craig Dunne will help locals look for threatened Yellow-bellied Gliders, owls and other nocturnal cuties on Sunday Dec 11, starting at 8: 15 pm in the Dalmeny bushland.
Organiser Sally says "It is rare to get a chance to see these special creatures. We know Yellow-bellied Gliders are present from feed marks and recent official observations by National Parks, but what else will we discover?
Craig says that “we will do some call playback surveys, as they are the most effective way of finding them. They can be quite secretive and hard to spot. But will call readily when you play recorded calls to stimulate them.”
"Let us know if you would like to come along and discover more about why this bushland is so important to our community". Email: email@example.com
Above: Ann Christiansen- Sugar Glider