‘Get Outside’ – Connecting new migrants and refugees with nature

‘Get Outside’ is a community group and branch of Wildcare Tas. who facilitate nature-based experiences for refugees and new migrants to Tasmania, to connect to place and to each other. Get Outside has been operating since 2012, taking well over 1,000 refugees and migrants on bush walks, outdoor events and camps and training many young […]

Friends of Deal Island bring in the beetles!

Friends of Deal Island

by Jo Widdowson – President Friends of Deal Island have been working away quietly and have a new strategy in dealing with the invasive weed ragwort. The November working bee was a great success – please take the time to have a look at the working bee report here, its a great read. Thanks to […]

What’s your nature connection story?

How do you connect with nature? A national initiative to collect stories about how Australians connect with nature is underway, with UTAS researchers seeking to understand how we can encourage more positive relationships with the environment. Researchers are keen to hear from Wildcare members about their experiences of nature connection; with the resulting findings being […]

Wildcare Deslacs have had a great year!


Wildcare Deslacs are looking forward to another year of activity in their local patch and welcome new and existing volunteers to every working bee. Planning for 2024 will commence over afternoon tea at their AGM this Sunday – contact info@wildcaredeslacs.org for details. This is what they got up to in 2023: SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES ON […]