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97 Working with Animals volunteer opportunities in Australia found

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Christmas Creek Biodiversity Restoration

  • Location: Morningside QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Join CVA as we partner with members of Lamington Landcare Group to remove weeds growing along the upper reaches of Christmas Creek and its tributaries and plant native species to re-generate this region. By carrying out this work we envisage an increase in the abundance and spread of native plants which will create more suitable habitat for animal species.

Rewilding of Prospect Creek - Homes for Habitat

  • Location: Smithfield NSW
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Hollows are needed for many species that inhabit our native woodlands. From birds, to gliders, possums and tree frogs, hollows are in short supply in Western Sydney due to the loss of mature trees in the landscape. CVA is building and installing habitat boxes for birds, gliders and microbats. This project and workshop will help you understand the importance of hollows and help you identify some of the key species and types of habitat required by those species in Western Sydney.

Habitat Restoration at Ormeau State School

  • Location: Ormeau QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Ormeau school has the support of the Upper Ormeau landcare group and Boral. Join CVA as we assist this landcare group and school by carrying out weed control, tree planting and other conservation activities to help protect the natural values of this region which is home to threatened wildlife including koalas, greater gliders and quolls.

Habitat Restoration at Livingstone College

  • Location: Ormeau QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Come and join the team at Livingstone Christian College as we help students maintain their native vegetation planting! Adjacent to the Pimpama River, this region is home to koalas, squirrel gliders and other endemic wildlife and is an ideal place to learn about conservation and habitat restoration. Volunteers will be undertaking various habitat restoration activities in order to enhance the biodiversity and conservation values of this area.

Director

  • Location: Brisbane City QLD
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Carbon Out is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere through the use of algae! Algae actually absorbs carbon more efficiently than trees do! Plus, there are so many beneficial uses for algae it is crazy; treating malnutrition, feeding to the krill to replenish fish stocks, mitigating methane emissions released from cows and is a very useful source of fuel as it is compatible with our current petrol-based engines.

Tuesday Twilight Toadbusting in Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

This project aims to help reduce and control numbers of cane toads in local areas of Darwin. After an informative identification session we will head out to targeted breeding sites including Lee Point, East Point, Botanical Gardens and Golflinks to collect cane toads.Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information or to book in to an upcoming session.

Cranebrook Wetlands Rescue

  • Location: Cranebrook NSW
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Wetlands help keep our neighborhood healthy! Cranebrook Wetlands are not only home to native wildlife, including long neck turtles, frogs and native fish, but also help filter the water for our rivers, which eventually ends up back in our homes. Help rescue a local wetland by removing invasive weeds choking out native species!

Monitor Hooded Plovers - Fleurieu Peninsula

  • Location: Normanville SA
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

Fleurieu Hoodie Helpers are needed to monitor, protect and raise awareness about Hooded Plovers on beaches on the Fleurieu. Hooded Plovers are small coastal shorebirds. Listed as vulnerable nationally, there are only 22 breeding pairs found on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Hoodie Helpers walk along a specific beach to see if Hooded Plovers are nesting during their breeding season (Aug to Mar) and record their findings and possibly assist with the erecting of temporary fencing to protect the chicks