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Atlas Moth Restoration Project

When:

Mon 14 May 2018, 7:50am–2:00pm

Where: Conservation Volunteers Australia, 1/9 Aristos Place, Winnellie, Northern Territory

Restrictions: 15+

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This project has a focus on protecting and improving habitat for sand goannas (Varanus gouldii), and to encourage the reintroduction of the atlas moth (Attacus wardi). The site spans mangrove, coastal dune, monsoon rainforest and paperbark swamp environments within the Casuarina Coastal Reserve and help us to protect and improve habitat for the atlas moth and sand goannas at East Point. We will be removing invasive weed species using different eradication methods, conducting photo point surveys, collecting seeds, and planting native habitat and food plants for both species. Join us for a day and learn about how you can help restore you local, natural environments.

We meet at the Conservation Volunteers Australia Darwin office and drive you out to the site at Casuarina Coastal Reserve. Online bookings are essential (see link above). Please email darwin@cva.org.au or call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information.

Important: Please wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, enclosed shoes and a hat, plus bring a water bottle and some lunch.