Community wide approach to protecting penguins at Low Head

On Saturday 18 March, students from three George Town schools installed nest boxes to protect Little Penguins at Low Head. The students were part of a community-wide project coordinated by the Friends of Low Head Penguin Colony, that was formed following a series of dog attacks that killed more than 100 penguins. Steve Gordon, Chair […]

Weeding on Tamar Island

Friends of Tamar Island Wetlands Reserve – Ann, Robyn, Jing, Suzanne and Rod with the help of PWS staff Jason, Brad, Elliot and Emma, tackled weeds on Tamar Island at our working bee on 3rd March. The walk to our work site on a glorious Launceston morning at full tide took us past countless ducks, […]

Reef Builder Volunteers wanted – 29th March 1-3pm


Seeking Volunteers to help restore native ‘Angasi’ oyster reefs Wildcare Tasmania is partnering with NRM South to run a volunteer activity that will contribute to restoration of native oyster reefs in the Derwent Estuary and D’Entrecasteaux Channel. The activity will be undertaken outdoors at the Okines Community House in Dodges Ferry from 1-3pm on Wednesday […]

Friends of Deal Island – War on Weeds

Friends of Deal Island

In 1998, Bush Heritage caretakers on the island commenced a battle with weeds that were posing a threat to the natural values of otherwise tranquil Deal Island. Their efforts were followed by Tas. Parks & Wildlife Volunteer Caretakers and by the Friends of Deal Island who have been conducting working bees since December 2000. Many […]

TONIGHT! Wildcare Tasmania 2023 AGM & WILDTALK

Sisters Beach Wildcare

The 2023 Annual General Meeting of Wildcare Tasmania Inc. will be accessible to all Wildcare members via Zoom video conferencing. When: March 23rd, 2023 7:00 PM through March 23rd, 2023 8:00 PM Register here. Note: This event is open to Wildcare members and you will need to be logged into the website with your email/membership […]

Wildcare Tasmania is looking for Board members!


Are you seeking a fresh leadership opportunity? Do you have the skills, experience, philosophical connection and time to commit to guiding an established not-for-profit charity making a genuine difference to wild Tasmanian places? Wildcare Tasmania is a strong team of volunteers, financial donors and staff supporting the care and conservation of Tasmania’s wild places. Wildcare […]

Friends of Mount Field need your help!

Friends of Mt Field

“I’d have to say, spending time with the wonderful group of volunteers from Friends of Mount Field has certainly given me a whole new appreciation of our tracks. Seeing just how dedicated the whole team were only made me strive to do more!!! One thing, however, that I have often noticed with volunteer groups in […]

Friends of larapuna Coast – invite you to contribute to a Sea Spurge free East Coast

Many hands

Wildcare’s Friends of the larapuna Coast work together to celebrate, protect and care for the natural and cultural values of the larapuna/Bay of Fires coast area. They work collaboratively with many organisations to host an annual community weekend that sees volunteers from Ansons Bay to Denmark walk the beaches, learn about the land and sea, […]

A year in the life of Wildcare Deslacs


Wildcare Deslacs members are dedicated to the area around Clifton Beach and the Cape Deslacs Nature Reserve. They work with the Parks and Wildlife Service plus Clarence City Council to undertake a variety of work including beach litter cleanups, feral cat trapping, revegetation as well as weed control. All this, to make the area a […]

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