Aims to reconnect habitat corridors and networks. Projects include Hunter's Hill small bird habitat corridor, Lower Parramatta River habitat corridor, Shrimptons Creek habitat corridor and The Habitat community native plant nursery and food garden.

Projects

We can be found at Santa Rosa Park, 251 Quarry Road, Ryde every Wednesday and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Volunteers and visitors are always welcome. For more information call Bev 0419 206 253 or email info@iewf.org

Habitat Network and volunteers from The Habitat (supported by City of Ryde Council) are planting small bird habitat islands / havens to connect several populations of small birds located near Epping Road back up along the creekline to The Habitat at Santa Rosa Park, Ryde. Small birds include Superb fairywrens, white-browed scrubwrens and Silvereyes.

This bushcare site is part of the Hunter's Hill small bird habitat corridor. Our aim is to create and maintain viable habitat connections near and under Tarban Creek Bridge and around to Gladesville Bridge.

Habitat Network connects people and habitat - please see www.habitatnetwork.org - our projects include Hunter's Hill small bird habitat corridor and Shrimpton's Creek small bird habitat corridor. We work with bushcare groups within this corridor including Tarban Bridge Bushcare and Bedlam Bay Bushcare. We also coordinate The Habitat community native plant nursery and community food garden which allows us to connect with the local community to extend habitat through private and public lands.

This is one of the Hunter's Hill small bird corridor sites. We meet on a Saturday each month at the entrance to Bedlam Bay - Parramatta River Regional Park near the Parramatta River end of Punt Road, Gladesville. For more information call Bev on 0419 206 253 or email info@iewf.org

Habitat Network and volunteers from The Habitat (supported by City of Ryde Council) are planting small bird habitat islands / havens to connect several populations of small birds located near Epping Road back up along the creekline to The Habitat at Santa Rosa Park, Ryde. Small birds include Superb fairywrens, white-browed scrubwrens and Silvereyes.

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