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“Coasting in February” – Greens Beach to Bellingham.

 

“Coasting in February”

Sunday 24th February 2019

From 9.00 am -3.00 pm

Showcase of community coastal works from Greens Beach to Bellingham.

Free BBQ – New volunteers welcome.

The George Town Coastal Management Group are holding an event to help recognise the valuable contribution the coastal communities continue to make in the George Town Council and Greens Beach Area.

The day will start at Low Head at 9.00 am and end at Weymouth around 3.00 pm, with a BBQ lunch (provided).

Link to POSTER & PROGRAM

We are please to have Parks & Wildlife and an expert in the important Saltmarsh vegetation community along:


Guest Speaker: Dr. Vishnu Prahalad is a researcher and lecturer at the Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences, University of Tasmania. He has worked on saltmarsh ecology and management in Tasmania for over ten years, closely collaborating with a range of government and non-government agencies and local groups. Vishnu’s publications include ‘a field guide to the plants of Tasmanian saltmarsh wetlands’, atlases for saltmarshes for all three regions of Tasmania and the ‘saltmarsh matters’ citizen science app and several other science communication materials.

RSVP (by 22nd Feb) to Tamar NRM – Phone 6323-3310

Website www.tamarnrm.com.au

Email: [email protected]

Newsletter Summer 2018-19

Latest Edition – Summer 2018-19

Click on a link below. This large version has better image resolution.

       Naturally Yours Summer 2018-19 (7.28MB)http://gg

Featuring:

Wildlife Caught on Camera

Tamar Sustainable Living EXPO

Burning to Plan

Regional Council Update

Save the Tassie Devil

Tamar Ag in Focus

International Farm Management Congress

Ragwort Raids

Environmental Education

Loan Equipment

. . . and much more about great happenings in the Tamar Valley!

Wildlife Caught on Camera

Tamar NRM has some new wildlife cameras to assist us, and others, in discovering what species are in the Tamar. During 2018 the cameras have been out in gardens and reserves taking photographs and videos of wildlife. The cameras have motion sensors so they are triggered by anything going past. The cameras are fitted with Infra Red Flash or Black Flash No Glow technology so there is little to no light seen by animals or people when taking night shots. We hire out the cameras, so if you would like to use them please contact us on [email protected] or 03 6323 3310

Some of the Latest Videos

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Some of the Latest Images

 

 

Tasmanian Bettong

 

 

 

Long-nosed Potoroo

 

 

 

Pademelon

 

 

 

 

Black Rad

 

 

 

Carr Villa, Trevally and SKEMPS had photos of cats (pets and feral)