This beautiful Grey Goshawk has been perched here recently ,might be eyeing a nest or Jackie dragon .
Archive for month: October, 2016
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Invitation to the Opening Night of ‘Alexandra Seddon – Being Change’
Made by acclaimed local filmmaker Toni Houston, with music composed by Kate Burke and Pete Wild, the documentary tells the inspiring true life story of Alexandra Seddon, the philanthropist and conservationist who gave us wildlife sanctuary Potoroo Palace, the stunning community wetlands Panboola and the community farm, Cowsnest.
It would be fantastic if you and your guest could join us at this special red carpet fundraising evening which celebrates one of our region’s most inspiring women. Thanks to the support of the Merimbula Picture Showman Cinema, all money raised on the night from ticket sales will be donated to Potoroo Palace.
For Opening Night on 7th Nov 6:30pm, please book direct here:
The film will go on to screen at the cinema 10-13 & 15 NOV also.
We’d love to see you all at the opening. It would be fantastic if you could spread the word about the film opening, and screenings to your networks, colleagues and community.
We’re getting organised now and you can choose your surveys and register for the Four Winds BioBlitz November 11/12th. This year our BioBlitz will be a festival of nature with music and art mixed in so it will be a lot of fun for everyone. See this website for more details and go to the Four Winds website to sign up for the music concert and photography/botanical illustration masterclasses.
Competition closes on November 1st It’s that time of year again and we are happy to invite everyone to send us your best images of the wild nature that you have been exploring in our region.
Great prizes and a chance to have your work exhibited at the Four Winds BioBlitz
It’s that time of year again and we are happy to invite everyone to send us your best images of the wild nature that you have been exploring in our region.
Open to all Members. Everyone who Registers on our new NatureMapr recording platform is a Member. This competition is to celebrate the wonderful biodiversity in our region. Your entries create a gallery of great images for us all to enjoy. You are all taking wonderful pictures to add to your sightings on the Atlas, so this is your chance to share the best of them!
Overall first prize is two nights in a luxurious Tanja Lagoon Camp safari tent, other prizes are a $150 voucher for Wheeler’s Seafood Restaurant , kindly donated by Jacqui Smith, and a further Voucher for $100 so it’s well worth you entering.
Winners will be announced on November 10th and all the winning images will be displayed at the Four Winds BioBlitz November 11/12th and at the Atlas Christmas Supper December 15th, after which time they will be exhibited at libraries around the Shire.