An ongoing food source for our native wildlife

An ongoing food source for our native wildlife

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

As part of a joint project with Sutherland Shire Council in NSW, WIRES volunteers have been planting trees in a bid to provide local wildlife with an ongoing food source. Council staff and WIRES volunteers recently planted over 300 native trees on the Barden Ridge site, which will soon provide vital nourishment to the injured and sick native animals in WIRES’ care. Increased development is causing a severe loss of habitat and food sources for our native wildlife so this team effort is a much-needed initiative. Let’s hope the idea takes off with other local councils!

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