|To:||Canberra birds <>|
|Subject:||Friends of Bluetts Block - reminder to also use Canberra Nature Map please|
|From:||Jean Casburn <>|
|Date:||Sat, 8 May 2021 07:41:32 +0000|
In addition to entering data to Ebird and any to other sites you may have, would all members who photograph birds, insects, mammals, mushrooms flowers, lizards etc, please double your efforts and add your unusual/ uncommon items to Canberra Nature Map.
Canberra Nature Map feeds directly into appropriate areas within the ACT Government and will very much assist in the potential preservation of Bluetts Block as a most important beautiful and natural wildlife corridor from Kama via Molongolo River Reserve, across to Stony Creek, Mount Stomlo, Narrabundah Hill and Cooleman Ridge.
Please also know that Bluetts Block has its own Public Facebook which you can view without becoming a member.
Bluetts Block Canberra ACT|Facebook. New members will be most welcome.
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