Please join us for a fun and informative walk & talk through the Randwick Wetlands!
A great way to round off the year with our final event – a social and informative session from expert Paul Adam on local restoration and conservation, including a history of the area and the environmental issues of today. Join us next Thursday, 4th December, at 5pm at the Randwick Wetlands!
The Randwick Wetlands is one of the last remnants of the chain of marshes that used to run from Centennial Park to Botany Bay. This parkland is being restored by the Randwick City Council and is of great ecological significance to the area.
Sydney-SCB recently participated in the IUCN World Parks Congress BioBlitz this past Sunday November 16th. And what a day of adventure and discovery it turned out to be!
Sydney-SCB is supporting the World Parks Congress BioBlitz, a free all-ages citizen science event that brings together scientists, naturalists and the community to create a snapshot of biodiversity in the Sydney Olympic Park area.
Wildlife trafficking is the second greatest threat to species survival globally. With just one click you can help change that and help Taronga protect millions of animals killed through illegal wildlife trade each year.
How? Wildlife Witness, a smartphone app developed by Taronga, is a finalist in The Google Impact Challenge. By voting for the Zoo and Aquarium Association, your vote can help Taronga win the challenge and receive $500,000 from Google to help STOP WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING.
On the 10th of September, Rebecca Spindler from the Taronga Conservation Society Australia gave a talk for our Conservation Conversations seminar series! Her talk was very entertaining, full of funny stories and awesome pictures. It was very interesting and inspirational to hear about all the conservation projects that Taronga is involved with.
Last Sunday, Sydney SCB was fundraising at the SIMS Harbour Hike finish line at Clifton Gardens Reserve.
Taronga Zoo was so kind to let us share their Zoomobile space, so that we could be present at the hike’s finish line. We met lots of people that are interested in our projects and managed to fundraise enough money to build 5 nestboxes for our Little Fairy Penguin project!
Last month, five of us attended the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania Conference in Suva, Fiji. David, Monica, Oliver, Sandra and Simone (in alphabetical order, not order of importance ) were looking forward to networking with active members of other SCB Chapters as well as officials from the Oceania section and the global society.