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Night Spotlighting – Who’s Home at Prospect Creek


Hollows are needed for many species that inhabit our native woodlands. From birds, to gliders, possums and tree frogs, hollows are in short supply in Western Sydney due to the loss of mature trees in the landscape. Having recently installed over 60 habitat boxes along Prospect Creek, we are keen to see whose moved in!

Join us for a night spotting expedition and find out whose new in the neighbourhood! Pick-up from Granville Station at 5:45 pm, with a brief at the creek at 6:15 pm. We’ll drop you back to the station by 9:30 pm.

This project and workshop will help you understand the importance of hollows and help you identify some of the key species and types of habitat required by those species in Western Sydney.

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Please wear enclosed shoes, long pants, and a long sleeved shirt. You will also need to bring a water bottle and your own torch!


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