From the Towards Cooler, Greener, Wilder seminar series
Tuesday 16 May, 4 pm to 5 pm
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Please join us for our next talk on the importance of tree hollows presented by fauNature director James Smith.
James will take you through his work to bring people and wildlife together and will discuss:
- Adelaide's hollow dependant native animals
- what regulated, significant and veteran trees are and why they are essential
- the processes of hollow development
- how wildlife boxes can help provide valuable habitat for our local fauna
- the creation of carved hollows in trees.
This session will be recorded and made available on the Green Adelaide YouTube channel.
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