Eastern Water Dragon and their adaptability

Our first general meeting which featured speaker James Baxter -Gilbert. His enthusiastic talk on the Eastern Water Dragon and their adaptability to a changing urban environment was

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New Program for 2018

OFF Field Officer, Graham Fry and Program Officer Matt Allison have put together the program of activities for 2018. There is a mixture of easy excursions and some more demanding walks. Our monthly Monday meetings will feature

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Annual General Meeting & 2018 Program

At our AGM our President Graham Lalchere, provided some inspirational words. Our Secretary Liz Cameron gave a good synopsis of the year’s

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Dying tree at 36 Myall Street

On 12 February resident posted on Georges River facebook site that a large Eucalypt in front on 36 Myall Street was dying. A photo taken when the property was sold in August 2017 shows the tree in

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Flying Fox Count at Myles Dunphy Reserve

The Grey headed Flying Foxes departed the Myles Dunphy camp between 8.05 and about 8.40 today. Several of us were treated to a spectacular display of about 3400 flying foxes making an exit

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Annual Visit to Kosciuszko National Park

Nineteen OFF members and friends stayed at Charlotte Pass for 3 – 7 days in January 2018. It was our third year in Pygmy Possum Lodge, which has stunning views and is convenient for walks on the

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Rivercat to Parramatta

Sunday 26th November OFF members took the train to Circular Quay for a beautiful, relaxing morning ferry trip to Parramatta. You certainly see a different side of Sydney from the

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Gungah Bay Road Tree Removal

Oatley Flora and Fauna Conservation Society received a copy of the letter sent to the residents of Gungah Bay Road advising them of the removal of Eucalyptus microcorys (Tallowood) under power lines on Gungah Bay Road between Roberts Avenue and Acacia

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Appeal to New Councillors to Save Bowling Club Site

The society has written to the new Georges River Councillors informing them of the history of the acquisition and issues important to the community in retaining the site for recreational community

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Tree Nominations – Community Input Needed

A Significant Tree Register is being established by OFF to protect trees on public land. Unlike many Councils in Sydney, Georges River Council does not have a Significant Tree register for all valuable trees, it only has ones of heritage

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