FoTI’s latest working bee on Tasman Island was an outstanding success & Santa’s workshop was an innovative way to repurpose timber from Tasman Landing … That and more in FoTI’s latest newsletter. https://wildcaretas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/FoTI-Newsletter-25-Dec-2021-pdf.pdf Read all about it!
Monthly Archives: December 2021
When it comes to volunteering in the time of COVID, are you currently feeling like change is the only certainty? To assist our groups to navigate the changes associated with the border opening, we offer up the following, and encourage you to get in touch with the relevant support people – remember, you are not […]
by Greig Clarke, President We are a group of volunteers who maintain and improve the Penguin Cradle Trail in the North West of Tasmania. The Trail is a diverse walking track from the township of Penguin on the north coast to the iconic Cradle Mountain. We operate cooperatively with the Parks and Wildlife Service, Resource […]
The Penny Project: How Do We Protect Our Estuary Paperbark Woodlands From Coastal Erosion? Sisters Beach Wildcare, December 2021 Last July, down at Sisters Beach estuary, our President Lynn discovered that about 40 of the plants and tree guards we had put in at the Paperbark Woodland over the past two years, had been washed […]
In August 2014 the Wildcare Inc. ‘Friends of Bruny Island Quarantine Station’ group held a special ‘S. S. Oberhausen’ day to commemorate the capture and internment of the crew by our naval reservists when war with Germany was declared by England. Our group discussed how wonderful it would be if we could make contact with […]