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NatureTrackers Call for Bat Roosting sites

The Bookend Trust, through the NatureTrackers program, has recently launched the CallTrackers project – so anyone in Tasmania can help monitor bats through recording their calls. [...]

Coastal Weed Warning – Rice Grass

Rice Grass (Spartina anglica) Warning A new and potentially devastating weed has recently been detected in the Huon and D’Entrecasteaux Channel waterway. Known as an “ecosystem [...]

Dragonflies and Damselflies of Tasmania

Congratulations to Michael Driessen and Gunther Theischinger for writing TFNC’s latest publication. Dragonflies and Damselflies of Tasmania is designed as a field guide but with much [...]

A new book from member Simon Grove

Seasons in the South - a Tasmanian naturalist's journey of discovery — and recovery “Simon Grove comes from the great tradition of naturalists who see the [...]

Community Rainbow Lorikeet trapping program

Rainbow Lorikeets are classed as an invasive species, they are not protected and landowners are able to safely and humanely destroy them. The Environmental and Invasive [...]

Le Souëf Award presentation

At the General Meeting on Thursday 7 April, 2022 members Kristi Ellingsen and Tony Daley were presented with the Victorian Entomological Society’s Le Souëf Memorial Award. They [...]

Winners of Victoria’s Le Souëf Memorial Award

Congratulations to TFNC members Kristi Ellingsen and Tony Daley who have won the Entomological Society of Victoria’s Le Souëf Memorial Award. They have made a major contribution to the [...]

Nature Trackers website

NatureTrackers is a program of citizen science projects, bringing together schools and the community to track the status of our threatened species and better understand their [...]

Flame Robins Survey

Call for observations from Central North Field Naturalists. Flame Robins are conspicuous birds that are relatively easy to identify. They have complex seasonal movements so to [...]

Save our Seabirds – George Rocks Project

The Save Our Seabirds Project is managed by the Pennicott Foundation as part of their mission to protect our environment for future generations. The Pennicott Foundation [...]

Earthwatch Australia

Empowering people to save the natural world Earthwatch is a research charity working to create positive behaviour change for the environment. They bring people, science and [...]

BushBlitz Backyard Species Discovery

Bush Blitz is Australia’s largest nature discovery program. Around three-quarters of Australia’s biodiversity is still waiting to be discovered by science. Bush Blitz is a unique [...]

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