MAJOR MILESTONE FOR ALBURY WODONGA NATURE MAP

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MAJOR MILESTONE FOR ALBURY WODONGA NATURE MAP

Kyliegw has reached a very impressive milstone recently – 500 individual wildlife records added to Albury Wodonga Nature Map. Congratulations Kylie! TO CHECK OUT KYLIEGW’S RECORDS WILDLIFE CLICK HERE Kyliegw is our most prolific contributor. Joining in early September 2020, Kylie is averaging an amazing 100 sightings added per month. All but one of her records is […]

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SUSSAN LEY MP GIVES NATUREMAPR A TEST DRIVE

  Albury Conservation Company recently had the honour of meeting with Sussan Ley MP to demonstrate first-hand Albury Wodonga Nature Map.  The Farrer Member and Federal Environment Officer met at Nail Can Hill with a crack team brought together by our Executive Officer Sam Niedra. On hand were none other than co-founders of the NatureMapr platform Aaron […]

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AVAILABLE AT ALL GOOD NEWSAGENTS! WELL, NOT QUITE..

  You may not see it at your local newsagents, but Albury Conservation Company’s work has nevertheless been published in the January 2021 edition of Environmental Restoration and Management, a leading Australian scientific journal. CLICK HERE TO READ OUR PUBLISHED REPORT We are very excited and honoured that our Management Report describing the results and background information […]

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THANKYOU DAVID SEXTON

  Whilst the company is excited to gain four new Board Directors, we are also sad to see one of our founding Directors David Sexton step down from the Board. David joined in 200 and was Chairperson between 2008-19. We take this opportunity to thank David for his invaluable contribution and leadership.     Until retiring in […]

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WELCOME TO OUR NEW BOARD DIRECTORS

We are very excited to welcome Jane Roots, Mary Munro, Amy Daeche and Shaun Deverson to our Board of Directors. Collectively, they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience and we look forward to working with them to take our organisation onwards and upwards. Find out more about them below. Jane Roots (Board Director) Jane Roots has been a […]

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Albury Conservation Company is very excited to be featuring in a couple of major environmental events in the coming weeks. GREATER AND SQUIRREL GLIDER SYMPOSIUM (28TH OCTOBER) Our ecologist Dylan McWhinney (DM Ecological) will take part in a panel of field experts, researchers and leading scientists in a practical workshop on the topic of Squirrel […]

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WODONGA MONITORING KICKS OFF!

It’s official, Albury Conservation Company has now expanded our threatened species monitoring program into Wodonga. A total of 48 sites were monitored using motion-sensing cameras during winter 2020. Our ecologist Dylan McWhinney, ably assisted by Chris Allen, installed the cameras for ten days/nights each. The sites were selected from a pool of 60+ sites that […]

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Back by popular demand! WEBINAR – Albury Wodonga Nature Map, Thursday 20th August (7-8pm)

Do you live in Albury or Wodonga council areas? YES! Do you love observing nature and recording what you see? YES! Then Albury Wodonga Nature Map is MADE FOR YOU! JOIN US for this on-line WEBINAR to learn more about Albury Wodonga Nature Map. DATE/TIME: THURSDAY 20th AUGUST 2020 (7 – 8 PM) (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney) TO REGISTER CLICK […]

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Upcoming event – WEBINAR – Albury Wodonga Nature Map, Thursday 30th July (7-8pm)

Do you live in Albury or Wodonga council areas? YES! Do you love observing nature and recording what you see? YES! Then Albury Wodonga Nature Map is MADE FOR YOU! JOIN US for this on-line WEBINAR to learn more about Albury Wodonga Nature Map. DATE/TIME: THURSDAY 30th JULY 2020 (7 – 8 PM) (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney) ZOOM DETAILS: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88662697334?pwd=WE5JeXFJVU5yYW8vTHRRVGtMaFhsdz09  […]

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Funding success – Wettenhall Environment Trust

  We are very excited to announce that we have received a $9,400 grant from Wettenhall Environment Trust under their small environmental grant scheme. This funding will be used to purchase an additional 40 motion-sensing wildlife cameras for our Albury Wodonga threatened species monitoring program. This will greatly improve the efficiency of our monitoring program enabling more […]

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