Notice of the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Indigenous Flora & Fauna Association

Date:   Sunday 16 September 2018 at 3:00PM Venue:   Darebin Parklands Separation St, Alphington VIC 3078 Click here for a map       If your membership is not currently active, please renew your membership before 16 September in order to be eligible to vote at the AGM. Ordinary business of the annual general meeting will be as follows: Confirm the minutes of the previous annual general meeting and of any special general… Read more »

Open Day: Grange Heathland Reserve

Unique remnant of bushland in Melbourne’s sandbelt  Guided tours  Wedding Bush in flower  Sausage sizzle  Free local plants Osborne Avenue Clayton South, off Westall Rd  Enquiries: Mick 0403 587 611  Read more »

IFFA excursion sea shell survey

Enjoy a morning stroll along St Kilda beach learning about sea shells, a great activity for the kids!  Join Fam Charko (Community Engagement Manager at Port Phillip EcoCentre) for a short talk about the natural and Aboriginal history of West beach and to assist with a shell survey, to supply data to the Port Phillip baykeeper long-term database.  Meet at West Beach, St Kilda at the café… Read more »

IFFA outing Bush Heritage Nardoo Hills Reserve

Non-members welcome Come and join Bush Heritage’s Victorian Reserves Manager Jeroen van Veen for an exclusive visit to Nardoo Hills Reserve. This 817 ha reserve supports a large diversity of vegetation communities including grey box grassy woodland, boxironbark and mallee, providing vital habitats for a range of wildlife. Since Bush Heritage acquired the first property in 2004 and actively managed it for conservation outcomes, … Read more »

IFFA Outing : Little Penguins Up Close and Personal

Meet 7:30 PM at the beginning of St Kilda Pier Earthcare St Kilda has been monitoring the native Little Penguins of St Kilda since 1986. During ‘penguin season’ they catch, measure, weigh and tag the birds and record their location. This is an excellent chance for us to see them up close, as we may tag along with the researchers during their monitoring activities. There are only 6… Read more »