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Found 4 volunteer opportunities with Environment & Conservation, in Northern Territory NT

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Eastern curlew habitat restoration project at Lee Point, Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The eastern curlew (Numinous madagascariensis) is critically endangered around Australia. This project aims to restore important habitat to protect the eastern curlew and support the growth of the local population. We will be carrying out different restoration activities to improve the habitat and doing bird surveys to monitor the eastern curlew population at Lee Point Reserve. Please call the office 0475 979 477 for further information.

Tuesday Twilight Toadbusting in Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

This project aims to collect cane toads in local areas of Darwin. These will be turned into "toad sausages" to teach quolls to avoid cane toads in the wild. Cane toads were introduced to QLD in 1935 and they have rapidly spread to the NT leading to devastating effects on our native wildlife.

Wetland restoration at Knuckey and McMinns Lagoon in Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Wetlands play a critical role in flood mitigation, water and carbon storage, and supporting an abundance of unique local plant and animal species. Conservation Volunteers are building a sustainable strategy for the management of this area and invite volunteers to be a part of this management with activities including weed removal, watering, tree trimming, track maintenance, tree planting, wildlife monitoring and surveys. Please call the office 0475 979 477 for further information.

Volunteers and Regional Reps - Anywhere in NT

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.

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