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Wild Things: Wildlife Night Walk Landing Lights Wetland

Bayside Council Sustainability Events

Thursday, 26 October 2017 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm (AEDT)

Wild Things: Wildlife Night Walk Landing Lights Wetland

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What: Wildlife Night Walk
Where: Landing Lights Wetland, entrance opp Spring St on West Botany St.
When: Thursday 26 October, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Cost: Free

Urban islands of greenery oftern contain surprising amounts of wildlife. On previous walks through the Landing Lights Wetland, a locally significant natural area, Boobok owls and microbats have been spotted. Hopefully on this night walk we will be looking out for these nocturnal creatures and other beasties. We will also be accompanied by an expert ecologist who will bring along a few bat detectors se we can ‘hear’ the microbats.

Please bring a head or hand torch, wear sensible footwear and and warm clothing. Due to the late start time of this walk and the darkness, it is suggested that this event is not suitable for children under 8. 

 

Wild Things has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.

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Landing Lights Wetland
Eve Street Cycleway
Arncliffe, NSW 2216
Australia

Thursday, 26 October 2017 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm (AEDT)


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Bayside Council Sustainability Events

Bayside Council is located 12 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, on the shores of Botany Bay, 

The local government area covers approximately 55 square kilometres and has an estimated population of 156,500.  It includes the suburbs from Sans Souci in the south to Banksmeadow and Eastgardens in the east.

The area has a proud indigenous history and is home to the Cadigal, Gwegal and the Bidjigal tribes also known as 'Water People'. Over the last two hundred years Bayside has become a highly urbanised area and one of the most multiculturally diverse local government areas in Australia. Despite its urban nature, Bayside has retained several important bushland and wetland areas that support a surprising variety of native flora and fauna.

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