Caring for Wildlife

Wildlife Conservation

Conservation Volunteers can tailor programs for delegates aimed at helping to create and restore habitat for wildlife. Such programs could involve conservation activities that focus on the wetland habitat of the Town Common, northern beaches coastal habitat or a Great Barrier Reef continental Island - Magnetic Island. Focus activities could include marine debris clean ups (Turtle habitat and rehabilitation), restoration of dunes (northern beaches) or bird counts (including Brolgas and Sarus Cranes on the Town Common or black throated finches at Oak Beach). Ranger Dan from Hands-on Wildlife can be invited to the site to talk about wildlife habitat and how the conservation work contributes to maintaining it. Delegates would have the opportunity to meet, touch and hold a variety of native animals.

 

Program Duration: Half Day or Full Day (program duration can be tailored to your requirements)
Location: Various locations around Townsville
Maximum Group Size: 40 people (min. 5)
Meals: Morning tea and/or lunch can be arranged if required

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