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Volunteer at Territory Wildlife Park – Help protect Flora and Fauna of the Northern Territory

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Join us for a special project day being held at the Territory Wildlife Park on Saturday 03/12/16. We will be helping to protect flora and fauna by making barbwire fencing wildlife friendly to protect bat and bird species from fence injury. We will also be tree guarding old growth Eucalypts to maintain and protect these beautiful and important habitat trees. Come along and make a difference while learning about the unique flora and fauna around Darwin.

Free transport provided from the Conservation Volunteers office in Darwin City to Territory Wildlife Park, departing 7:45am – returning approx. 3:00pm.

Contact us to find out more! Only six spots left!

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Free transport provided from the Conservation Volunteers office in Darwin City to Territory Wildlife Park, departing 7:45am – returning approx. 3:00pm.

Contact CVA on the number provided to find out more! Only six spots left!

Please wear long sleeved shirt, trousers, enclosed shoes and a hat. Bring a water bottle and lunch for the day.

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