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Wildlife needs space and places to live. Gardens and properties can support the local wildlife by providing areas to shelter, nest and feed in. As different types of wildlife have different needs, the more diverse a garden or property the more species it will support. The Help Nature in your Garden page contains more information on encouraging native flora and fauna to visit and use your garden or visit the Help Nature on your Property page to discover more about increasing biodiversity on a larger block.
Our time as a volunteer is one of the greatest gifts we can give to the environment of the Margaret River region. With many hands at work, a lot can be achieved in a relatively short period of time.
Nature Conservation Volunteers can take part in planting and weeding events throughout the year, attend workshops or be involved with the annual Bioblitz. There are also volunteer roles in the Nature Conservation office.
Register as a volunteer to receive the quarterly newsletter and notifications via email of activities and events.
When we participate in a citizen science project, we become Citizen Scientists (people who volunteer their time for science and knowledge). As a citizen scientist we learn much about the animals we share the Margaret River region with, how to record observations, learn knew skills, share experiences and knowledge and become part of a team with a common goal.
Citizen Science projects are designed to help our threatened fauna. Information on our current citizen science projects can be found here.