1800shutters

At 1800shutters we understand the importance of our native wildlife to future generations. Unfortunately we also see that many of our iconic species are struggling to survive in the face of loss of habitat and climate change. The 2020 bush-fires in particular have had a devastating impact on wildlife across the country. Helping to re-establish … Read more

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Apple Box (Eucalyptus Bridgesiana)

Eucalyptus bridgesiana, commonly known as Apple Box or But-but, is a medium to large sized tree of the genus Eucalyptus. It occurs in south eastern Australia, typically in grassy woodland and near watercourses around the lower slopes of the Great Dividing Range. The bark of the Apple Box is generally rough and course, with the … Read more

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ASPIRE OSHC St Paul’s

Here at ASPIRE we are committed to reducing waste, reusing where possible, and recycling as much as we can. It is our responsibility to empower children and families by giving them information and knowledge to make decisions and develop skills to work towards more sustainable outcomes. To do this we have partnered with the WOODiWiLD … Read more

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Australian Indigo (Indigofera australis)

Indigofera australis, the Australian indigo or Austral indigo, is an attractive species of leguminous shrub in the genus Indigofera (family Fabaceae). The genus name Indigofera is Neo-Latin for “bearing Indigo” (Indigo is a purple dye originally obtained from some Indigofera species). Australis, from the Latin, means not “Australian” but “southern”, referring to the geographical distribution … Read more

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Bangalow Public School

At Bangalow PS we understand the importance of sustaining a healthy ecosystem for the future. This has driven us to commit to learning about ways we can improve our ecological footprint both at school, home and within the community. By participating in the WOODiWiLD fundraiser, we will do out bit to help protect our unique … Read more

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Barking Owl

The Barking Owl is a medium-sized owl (42 cm, 650 g), smaller than the similar Powerful Owl and larger than the Southern Boobook. It has bright yellow eyes and no facial-disc. Upperparts are brown or greyish-brown, and the white breast is vertically streaked with brown. The large talons are yellow. Males are typically larger than … Read more

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