National Parks Association of NSW is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help monitor how pollinators and butterflies are responding to bush care work in the endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland (Liverpool area).

The whole family (kids age 8+) is welcome. Teens must be 15+ if participating without parents. Register here to participate…

WHEN: This Sunday 6 May 2018, 11am-12.30pm
WHERE: Amalfi Memorial Park, Lurnea meet inside the park near the footpath on Reilly Street, Lurnea
CLOTHING: Please wear a hat, long sleeve shirt, long pants and enclosed shoes.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Please RSVP here Insects are very weather dependent and National Parks Association may have to cancel at short notice.

To find out more or to get involved in this and other exciting projects please contact Margot Law (Citizen Science Project Officer – National Parks Association of NSW) or 9299 0000.