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A Day in the Life of a Work Experience Student

So what is work experience like at Natural Area? Amber recently completed a week-long work experience program with us and here is what she had to say about the experience.   Monday As it was the beginning of my work experience I was very nervous. However, these nerves were quick to dissipate as Andrew, Jess […]

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So what is work experience like at Natural Area? Amber recently completed a week-long work experience program with us and here is what she had to say about the experience.   Monday As it was the beginning of my work experience I was very nervous. However, these nerves were quick to dissipate as Andrew, Jess […]

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It’s Spring Survey Season!

It’s Spring Survey time! The Natural Area botanical team have had a busy start to the Spring survey season with surveys happening from Mindarie in the north, Aveley in the east, Cockburn in the south and further south in the Shire of Murray. Survey activities include: desktop assessments to determine potential flora, fauna and fungi […]

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It’s Spring Survey time! The Natural Area botanical team have had a busy start to the Spring survey season with surveys happening from Mindarie in the north, Aveley in the east, Cockburn in the south and further south in the Shire of Murray. Survey activities include: desktop assessments to determine potential flora, fauna and fungi […]

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Wheatbelt NRM BioBlitz 2015

The Bindoon – Dewars Pool Road BioBlitz is a community project aimed at bringing together professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and naturalists – and those interested in learning more about their natural environment – to advance the scientific knowledge of, and learn more about, one part of the State’s diverse biota, ecological communities, and environmental […]

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The Bindoon – Dewars Pool Road BioBlitz is a community project aimed at bringing together professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and naturalists – and those interested in learning more about their natural environment – to advance the scientific knowledge of, and learn more about, one part of the State’s diverse biota, ecological communities, and environmental […]

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