Spring Photo Call Out
Nature is vibrant and “spring is nature’s way of saying let’s party”. (Robyn Williams, actor)
This spring, explore the great outdoors with a visit to your local parks, natural areas and waterways. Inner West Council has an Instagram Photo Call Out for you to share your photos on social media using #innerwestwildlife and #iwccomp. Make sure you check the terms and conditions before entering.
Would you like to be a Citizen Scientist?
Become a citizen scientist at the Inner West After Dark walk and talk series. You’ll learn how to find frogs using their calls or discover the birds of the Inner West on the Early Birds’ Breakfast.
You can join these walks:
Frog idenfitication: Whites Creek Wetlands, Wednesday, 30 October, 7pm
The walk leader is FrogID Science Communicator and Project Coordinator, Adam Woods, who has facilitated community and citizen science projects for more than 10 years, including identifying frogs across the country with the Australian Museum.
Frog identification: Tempe Wetlands, Saturday, 16 November, 7:15pm
The walk leader is Dr Nicole Gallahar, one of Inner West Council’s Senior Volunteer and Projects Officers in the Urban Ecology team. As a well-regarded and experienced ecologist, Nicole has a passion for conserving and spreading the word about our fascinating native urban wildlife.
Early Bird’s Breakfast: Richard Murden Reserve, Saturday 26 October, 7:00 am
This walk will prepare you to participate in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count. Walk Leader is Mark Fuller, a regular guest on ‘Bathie’s Bird Club’ (Tuesday evenings with Chris Bath ABC702) who has worked on a range of conservation education projects through his company, Avianation. He is also a founding member of Cumberland Land Conservancy.
Bookings are required for all walks through Eventbrite.