Found 3 volunteering opportunities in Darwin City

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  1. Atlas Moth Restoration Project in Darwin

    The Atlas Moth has been found to reside in small populations around Darwin. Due to habitat destruction, numbers have decreased over time and Conservation Volunteers are working to restore important habitat sites. This project will include activities such as removing invasive plant species, photo point surveys and GPS mapping, planting food trees and general conservation tasks.

    Id:103037
    Other
    Long Term
    Casuarina, NT
  2. Marine Debris Surveys - Beautify the Beaches of Darwin

    Darwin has a variety of unique and beautiful beaches. A new location will be surveyed each week for Marine Debris which is then sorted and catalogued on the day, adding to a national database. Sites include Lee Point, Casuarina Beach, Rapid Creek and Mindil Beach. With your help we can reduce debris and preserve our beaches. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information

    Id:91223
    Other
    Short Term
    Darwin, NT
  3. Bush/Wildlife Habitat Restoration

    Join us to help restore ecosystems in a range of different coastal or wetlands bush blocks in Ludmilla, Casuarina Coastal Reserve, Mitchell Creek and East Point. Restoration activities can include removing invasive weed species and planting trees to help encourage biodiversity to the site. Call our office to book (08) 8981 3206

    Id:98081
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Coonawarra, NT