Does anyone have a humane rabbit trap they are prepared to loan for a few days? The problem with haveing rabbit proof fencing is that is one does get in, it can’t get out again. If you can help please phone Graeme 9739 1484
A floral trip to Sabah!
Nature in Focus Bulletin No.29
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Fancy a trip to the opal mines?
Nature in Focus Bulletin No.28
That you can identify the type of parrot that has been dining on marri nuts?
Click here to see what type of parrot has been eating marri nuts
This Carer workshop will be held at the Mandurah Lotteries House.
Workshop 2 Safety Essentials 14 March 2014 10am – 2pm
Workshop 3 Maintaining Healthy Relationships 2 May 2014 10am – 2pm
Workshop 4 Carer Wellbeing 30 May 10am – 2pm
Contact HACC on 1300 227 377 to book.
All Workshops are free
Due to the recent impacts to property this bushfire season, the monthly theme for March is ‘Ember Protection Screens for Evaporative Air conditioners’
Please see information attached:
- Info Note: Ember Protection Screens by the Environmental Protection Branch
- DFES Bushfire Factsheet – Evaporative Air Conditioners
Please use the blurb and link below for Facebook pages / websites etc.
Knowing what to do to keep your evaporative air conditioner safe from fire can help save your property!
If you live near bushland and have a roof mounted evaporative air conditioning unit, your home may be at risk from bushfire ember attack.
To prevent embers entering your evaporative air conditioning unit and to protect your home from the effect of bushfires, DFES recommends that you install ember protection screens.
More information can be found at www.dfes.wa.gov.au/safetyinformation/fire/bushfire/Pages/evaporativeairconditioners.aspx