Bats about!

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Landcare legacy

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Review: Black Cockatoo Crisis

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I am briefly stepping into the Screen Time role this month to bring you a review of the award-winning documentary film project Black Cockatoo...

Food for thought this festive season…

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With my fridge teeming with Christmas leftovers I can’t help but think about the frightening food waste statistics I’ve come across this year through...

Food waste and the conundrum of a pantry cleanout

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As someone who worries constantly about food waste, I’ve noticed that I’m also someone who accumulates an awful lot of ‘rescued’ food and out...

Water connection on track for Bullsbrook Residents

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On Wednesday 25 October Department of Defence held the first of two information sessions regarding the connection of scheme water to Bullsbrook residents affected...

Our unique wildlife

We are really lucky to have some of Western Australia’s most unique wildlife here in our back garden. If you are lucky, perhaps you...

Carnabys in crisis

Dean Arthurell Carnaby Cockatoos are one of 3 endangered black cockatoo species found in WA’s South West. Unlike their almost identical forest dwelling cousins, the...

DBCA dictate animal no show

This month’s column is from our Chairperson, Dean Arthurell, explaining the unfortunate reasons why the Chittering Wildlife Carers will no longer be a presence...

Devastation in Muchea

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By the time you read this, the three Marri trees in Muchea may have been destroyed by the Shire of Chittering, in its ignorance...

Local volunteers bring Hill River Fairy Terns back from the brink

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The Fairy Tern is a small, coastal seabird, found between Karratha and Esperance WA. They measure about 250 mm from their bill- to tail-tip,...

Closed for business?

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Further to the reticent decisions of council in relation to the removal of three mature, National Trust listed Marri trees in Muchea, I find...

Kangaroos

Our kangaroos are fascinating and complex animals. Currently in Chittering and surrounding areas, it is ‘pinky’ time, with embryonic little joeys growing inside the...

The marris of Muchea stand tall and strong while councillors sit in silence

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Further to my article last month, Muchea Marri trees: is there accountability and transparency?, which challenged councillors to connect with the community and respond...