Bradley’s Head Red-Crowned Toadlet Project, Sydney
Come and join Conservation Volunteers Australia to rehabilitate one of Sydney’s iconic natural areas and enjoy the spectacular scenery.
The endangered red-crowned toadlet is a species of frog that is only found within the Sydney region. It is threatened by activities such as habitat loss, pollution and the invasion of native habitat by exotic weeds.
Conservation Volunteers Australia is working with New South Wales National Parks & Wildlife Service and local species experts to carry out important habitat protection and rehabilitation activities and monitoring at key locations for the Red-crowned Toadlet throughout Sydney.
These vital conservation endeavours will provide critical habitat and protection as well as enhance and extend existing areas for Red-crowned Toadlets (Pseudophryne australis), improving their chances of breeding success and providing safe and healthy habitat to avoid predators and pollution.
This is an ongoing project on selected days. Please see website for future dates.
Please wear sturdy shoes/boots, long pants, and long sleeve shirts. Hats, sunscreen, and water are a must.
We offer a FREE pickup from the following area:
8.00am Outside Countrylink terminal entrance, Central Station near taxi rank.
Or meet us there:
9.00am Car park at the end of the road, inside gates to Sydney Harbour National Park, off Bradleys Head Road, (just after Taronga Zoo, before bend in the road) Mosman. Parking fees may apply
3.00pm at the project site. At 3:00pm you will depart from the site.
If for any reason you cannot make it on the day or if you are going to be late or cannot find the meeting point, please contact the Volunteer Engagement Officer on 0409 188 435. If you need any more information please give the Sydney office a call on (02) 9331 1610.
- Phone: 02 9331 1610
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.conservationvolunteers.com.au