Common Tree Snake – ©Jayden Walsh

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Tyler’s Tree Frog – ©Jayden Walsh

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Sydney Red Gum

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Tongue Orchid

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Sweet-scented Wattle

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Pittwater Mist

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Yellow-faced Whipsnake – ©Jayden Walsh

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Powerful Owl Family

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Darwinia

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Tuesday February 12th, 2019

Careel Bay mangrove forest at high tide, rich habitat for fish, crabs and many other invertebrates, and the tiny Mangrove Warbler bird. Grey Mangroves, Avicennia marina, breathe through special roots at low tide, tolerate salt and secrete it on their leaves. ... See MoreSee Less

Careel Bay mangrove forest at high tide, rich habitat for fish, crabs and many other invertebrates, and the tiny Mangrove Warbler bird. Grey Mangroves, Avicennia marina, breathe through special roots at low tide, tolerate salt and secrete it on their leaves.

 

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Most beautiful spot on the beaches!

Thursday January 31st, 2019

Grevillea caleyi is so rare that every seed is special. Here Royal Botanical Gardens staff enclose seed pods in a gauze bag so seeds can be saved. Forgot to say we just work 8.30 - 12 . Hope you can help at The Baha’i site February 11. We have funding for several more years of work by bush regen contractors, from the Saving our Species program, and our volunteering is part of the deal. ... See MoreSee Less

Grevillea caleyi is so rare that every seed is special. Here Royal Botanical Gardens staff enclose seed pods in a gauze bag so seeds can be saved. Forgot to say we just work 8.30  - 12 . Hope you can help at The Baha’i site February 11. We have funding for several more years of work by bush regen contractors, from the Saving our Species program, and our volunteering is part of the deal.

 

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no, sorry.

Would love to have had the opportunity to help but I work full time. Are there similar opps on weekends?

Friday January 25th, 2019

Amazing nature!! Cicadas can be heard buzzing this summer and this one was found emerging from its shell. It was hardening its wings this morning, and a rare sight to see both the cicada and its skin. It took off on its travels around 8am to continue on its life’s journey which started underground from anywhere between 9mth - 7years, depending on the species!
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#cicada #insects #backyard #backyardwildlife #nature #pittwater #closeup #cicadoidea #avalon #bushcare #pnha #funfacts #macro #bugs #australia
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Amazing nature!! Cicadas can be heard buzzing this summer and this one was found emerging from its shell. It was hardening its wings this morning, and a rare sight to see both the cicada and its skin. It took off on its travels around 8am to continue on its life’s journey which  started underground from anywhere between 9mth - 7years, depending on the species!
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#cicada #insects #backyard #backyardwildlife #nature #pittwater #closeup #cicadoidea #avalon #bushcare #pnha #funfacts #macro #bugs #australia

Monday January 21st, 2019

Helium Balloons
The film, Rubber Jellyfish, is a delightful and engaging documentary which explores the adverse effect of one of our favourite party products, the helium balloon, on the environment, its potentially deadly effect on human beings, and its heartbreaking impact on sea turtles. The event will include an introductory speech and Q&A by marine animal activist, educator and plastic warrior Malin Frick of Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew.

Date: Wednesday 20 February 2019
Time: 6:30 PM
Where: Hoyts Warringah Mall

To reserve tickets please visit: tickets.demand.film/event/6708qLvdnQla
Demand Film screenings require that a minimum number of tickets be reserved within 5 days of the event in order for the screening to occur, so please encourage interested people to book early.

Trailer: rubberjellyfishmovie.com/watch/

If you wish to share the event it may be shared from the Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew Facebook page at this link:
www.facebook.com/events/338402106990309/. From this page you can also invite your own Facebook friends to the event.
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Helium Balloons
The film, Rubber Jellyfish, is a delightful and engaging documentary which explores the adverse effect of one of our favourite party products, the helium balloon, on the environment, its potentially deadly effect on human beings, and its heartbreaking impact on sea turtles. The event will include an introductory speech and Q&A by marine animal activist, educator and plastic warrior Malin Frick of Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew.

Date: Wednesday 20 February 2019
Time: 6:30 PM
Where: Hoyts Warringah Mall

To reserve tickets please visit: https://tickets.demand.film/event/6708qLvdnQla
Demand Film screenings require that a minimum number of tickets be reserved within 5 days of the event in order for the screening to occur, so please encourage interested people to book early.

Trailer: https://rubberjellyfishmovie.com/watch/

If you wish to share the event it may be shared from the Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew Facebook page at this link:
https://www.facebook.com/events/338402106990309/. From this page you can also invite your own Facebook friends to the event.

 

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Kim Walling

Thursday December 27th, 2018

PNHA Newsletter 78 is now on our website. PNHA news, projects, wildlife and more. Have a look:
pnha.org.au/whatsinside/uploads/2018/12/PNHA-NL-78-PUB.pdf
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Tuesday December 18th, 2018

Grevillea caleyi is a critically endangered species, a big rangy shrub which grows only in the area around Terrey Hills and part of Ingleside. ... See MoreSee Less

Grevillea caleyi is a critically endangered species, a big rangy shrub which grows only in the area around Terrey Hills and part of Ingleside.

 

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Looks like the one in our front yard.

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