Saturday 7 October
Sunday 8 October
Koala scat citizen science survey at Lilly Pilly Gully
Koala scat citizen science survey behind the former air base
Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October
3-day sea spurge removal – locations to be confirmed
For all Friends of the Prom activities, please register your attendance on the Parks Victoria volunteer portal ParkConnect – https://www.parkconnect.vic.gov.au/ (you will first have to register with Friends of the Prom on ParkConnect) or contact the Secretary at <email@example.com>.
Nursery visits take place every second Thursday at the Friends of the Prom native plant nursery, situated in the Parks Victoria works yard at Tidal River.
Volunteers propagate plants and seedlings from seeds and cuttings collected at the Prom. The seedlings are used for various restoration and maintenance projects at the Prom, including the Prom Sanctuary project and the revitalisation of the Visitor Centre at Tidal River.
Nursery dates for the remainder of 2023 are –
Please register your attendance in ParkConnect or phone Mary Walker on 0408 530 63810 August
Are you interested in a day out in the remote and lovely open grasslands area of the northern Prom, identifying, counting and recording animal pellets? The pellet counts are part of a scientific research project to obtain data for estimating the population trends of native and feral grazing animals on the Yanakie Isthmus in the Prom National Park – all part of the effort to restore the Coastal Grassy Woodland habitat. Volunteers visit the sampling sites to identify, count, record and clear animal pellets.
Our next visit for 2023 is on Tuesday 12 September.
Subsequent visits are at 6 week intervals. The final count for the year will be 24 October – but is subject to confirmation.
Please register your attendance in ParkConnect (where you will also find details of the activity) or phone Bill Hansen on 0417 341 504