Friends of Freycinet March Muster

Friends of Freycinet

The weather forecast for the week ahead didn’t look all that promising – showers and rain most days – but undeterred a group of keen volunteers assembled at Freycinet on the Monday morning. Unfortunately, Ranger Fee was away sick all week, however Rangers Nick and Steve W filled in capably and kept us all on […]

Technology rolls on

In this day and age it seems that the technology changes almost every year and for some Wildcare groups that can be a hassle. Whilst always trying to make best use of our funds, sometimes it is frustrating when the technology rolls on and leaves us behind. Friends of GIS support a few groups with […]

2021 Island Arks Symposium VII

This year Phillip Island (Vic) is hosting the 2021 Island Arks Symposium VII, offering a great opportunity for local conservation groups, tourism and wildlife organisations to engage on island conservation and management. This highly regarded event attracts delegates from across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region for ranger teams, Traditional Custodians, community groups, practitioners, […]

Ryan and Zoie – why we volunteer

Meet Ryan and Zoie – volunteers who both enjoy nature and love travelling around Tasmania exploring wild places.  As well as studying for a Masters in IT, Ryan is an enthusiastic landscape photographer and Zoie works on a flower farm. They recently participated in a ‘Clean-up’ day with Wildcare Cradle Mountain Volunteers and reflect on […]

Tinderbox Reserve – two trips – sunny and rainy.

Tinderbox Reserve – What a beautiful place – and we got to explore it two days in a row!! Exploring new reserves with people new to Tasmania is a rare treat. Giving people the opportunity to relax whilst in nature and connect to land is a very important process in being able to feel at […]

Join the Wildcare AGM March 20th at 4pm (online)

The 2021 Wildcare Annual General Meeting will be held remotely via Zoom. When: March 20th, 2021 from 4:00 – 5:00pm The purpose of an AGM is to give members a report on the Wildcare’s activities and finances for the previous year, to allow time for members to ask questions, and to elect 4 members of […]

Wombat Monitoring at Cradle Mountain

Did you know a group of wombats is called a wisdom? .   In partnership with Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service, Wildcare Cradle Mountain Volunteers staff a wombat monitoring program at Cradle Mountain. On the last Saturday of each month, 2-3 volunteers walk transects in the hours preceding sunset to collect data on the local […]