Inspiring and supporting environmental stewardship
Protecting the unique values of the Margaret River
Supporting community efforts to protect coastal ecosystems
Controlling environmental weeds to protect biodiversity
Building habitat resilience and linkages for fauna
Protecting wildlife at risk in the region
Connecting young people to nature and fostering our future environmental stewards
Nature Conservation depends on the generosity of people like you to assist with our work in protecting the Margaret River region environment. Your support is greatly appreciated. We take seriously our responsibility to spend your tax-deductible donation wisely.
To earn and retain your trust we have developed policies and procedures to ensure all our processes have high standards of transparency, integrity and accountability. Our donation process is designed to ensure all personal and financial information is kept safe and secure.
Your time is one of the greatest gifts you can give to the Margaret River region environment. Volunteering for Nature Conservation provides an opportunity to repay nature for some of the enjoyment you derive from it. There are also other unexpected benefits. Volunteers often get just as much from volunteering as the cause they serve.
We have interesting, rewarding opportunities for volunteers to contribute to on ground conservation field activities and participate in citizen science programs. If you are not interested in outdoor activities we also require volunteers to help out in our office assisting with member support, helping coordinate our programs, undertaking data management and helping out with events.
Support the work of Nature Conservation by becoming a Member. Paid-up members do much more than just help keep the lights on; they are an important measure of the organisation’s credibility.
Join Christine Wilder from Cape to Cape Bird Group for a birding morning at Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse on Monday 23 April.
Join the Friends of Gracetown supported by the South West Catchments Group for a Community Coast Activity Day to help care for the Gracetown foreshore.
The secrets of our little known SW Masked Owl are being uncovered by Nature Conservation Board members and bird enthusiasts Boyd Wykes and Steve Castan. Their magnificently illustrated presentation on two season’s of dedicated private research, will be followed by a call to action on use of mouse and rat poisons by ECU researcher Mike Lohr.
Check in here for the latest volunteer events and opportunities and find out how to get involved in protecting nature in the Margaret River Region.