Follow up from last week's COG meeting

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Subject: Follow up from last week's COG meeting
From: jandaholland--- via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2023 23:04:49 +0000

Good morning COG members and other chat line subscribers,


Melissa Snape who presented on the important ACT Government’s initiative “Connecting Nature, Connecting People: implications for woodland birds” at last week’s COG meeting on 10 May has provided the following information below in response to questions which arose after the talk.


“A couple of members were interested in some further information – I know Chris Davey was looking for the link to the map dashboard which can be found here:

Another member was keen to see the report from the ‘Linking Nature in the City’ work of the City of Melbourne (on which our mapping approach was based) which can be found here:


For those who were unable to attend and/or are interested in further information the web link to the project is Connecting Nature, Connecting People - Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate - Environment (


Jack Holland

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