Take a look at our latest newsletter for all our news and a glimpse into the lives of the echidnas and goannas calling Worlds End Conservation their home!
Silver Daisies, Wombats, Creative Loos – our Spring Newsletter has them all! Read On!!
Goulds Sand Monitor (Goanna) Goanna down Wombat hole Mulga Parrot Southern Hairy Nose Wombat Wombat out and about Emu Setting off Emu silhouette Watching,Roos Family of echidnas Cat trouble Brazen Fox in Daylight
Exciting Sightings! Seen recently enjoying the sunshine as we watered the Silver Daisies!
With good rains so far this winter we’re looking for help with our battle against horehound. Come to our August or September 2019 working bees and enjoy wandering our properties in search of newly sprouting beasties! Options for all levels of activity and ability. Dates are 9th and/or 10th August, 23rd and/or 24th August or any time from 16th to 19th September. Contact us for details and RSVP
One hundred and twenty healthy Silver Daisy seedlings, mainly sourced from Quorn seed stock, have been planted in small groups in a variety of settings across our two properties. Trees for Life grew our prized and rare little plants and helped us give them the best start in life with substantial tree guards to protect them from grazing roos. Now it’s our job to nurse them over the drier months and monitor how they go, hopefully adding to the genetic diversity of our existing plants. If you’d like to be part of the Silver Daisy watering team over spring and summer, please contact us .
This newsletter has finally arrived on our website but you’ll find it’s packed with current Worlds End Conservation news. Take a look!
A late winter update! And spring happenings for 2018.
Our newsletter for Autumn 2018
Worlds End Conservation is participating in an exciting citizen science program to discover more about the mouse sized insect eating microbats in our region. Come and see our ultrasonic bat detector being installed at Read Creek Hills on Monday 23rd April. See our newsletter for more details!