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Environment

Aussie Backyard Bird Count [1]

Aussie Backyard Bird Count

An annual Citizen Science event hosted by Birdlife Australia. Citizen Science: the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of …

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air quality [2]

Backyard Burning & Woodheaters

Smoke from burning activities Smoke from burning activities can contribute to excessive levels of fine particles in the air, which are known to increase the …

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Burrowing crayfish [3]

Central North Burrowing Crayfish

Within natural vegetation communities live many native animals. Some of these can be protected by State and Federal legislation. To find out more information regarding …

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Climate Change [4]

Climate Change

Climate Change Adaptation Council’s Corporate Climate Change Adaptation Plan 2018-2023 aims to improve the capability of the Council to manage 4 key risks associated with …

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composting [5]

Composting

Composting and worm farming are great ways to dispose of your food waste. Not only are you reducing the amount of rubbish going to landfill, …

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IMG 3321 Resized [6]

Flora & Fauna

Native Plants & Trees Within natural vegetation communities, there are a diverse range of plants native to Devonport, some of which are protected by State …

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IMG 3951 [7]

Kelcey Tier Flora

Kelcey Tier is the perfect breeding ground for a diverse range of native flora.  Whilst bush walking or cycling through the Tier be sure that …

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Lathamus discolor [8]

Kelcey Tier Wildlife

Kelcey Tier is a natural habitat for a diverse range of native fauna.  Whilst bush walking or cycling through the Tier be sure to keep …

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trees native plants [9]

Native Plants & Trees

Natural vegetation communities Within natural vegetation communities, there are a diverse range of plants native to Devonport, some of which are protected by State and …

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Spanish Heath weed [10]

Spanish Heath blitz

Weeds Action Fund  Spanish heath is familiar to many Tasmanians as a highly invasive weed. In the north-west coast it is becoming increasingly prevalent and …

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