This month's feature photo, courtesy of Alfred:
Welcome to the Ryde - Hunter's Hill Flora and Fauna Preservation Society.
The Society has been active in local conservation issues since 1966 and is well networked with the broader conservation movement across NSW.
The Society's Constitution states its Aims and Objectives as:
Whilst the Commonwealth Government has undertaken protection of some of Australia's marine areas, many threats continue. The Super Trawler has re-emerged as a threat in a new proposal which sees it act as a giant floating freezer to be filled by smaller trawlers. For more information and updates:
SATURDAY 7 MARCH, 9-10am: “LIVING LANDSCAPES UNDER THREAT”
Dr Leigh Martin of the Total Environment Centre will introduce you to the wonders of our native species. His presentation includes a lyrical animation, punchy powerpoint and free fact sheets.