Join Parklands Albury Wodonga rangers for a spotlighting night walk

HOME SWEET HOME: Albury Wodonga Parklands rangers have put up nesting boxes for gliders in the Gateway Island Bush Park to protect threatened species.
HOME SWEET HOME: Albury Wodonga Parklands rangers have put up nesting boxes for gliders in the Gateway Island Bush Park to protect threatened species.

WANT to take a walk on the wild side?

NATIVE SPECIES: Parklands Albury Wodonga has been working to restore the native plants in recent years to support species such as the threatened Greater Glider.

NATIVE SPECIES: Parklands Albury Wodonga has been working to restore the native plants in recent years to support species such as the threatened Greater Glider.

Join Parklands Albury Wodonga rangers for a spotlighting night walk for nocturnal native wildlife in the Stringybark Reserve at Baranduda on July 11.

Parklands Albury Wodonga has been working with the community to restore the native plants to the area in recent years to support native species such as the threatened Greater Glider.

Participants are asked to wear warm clothes and closed shoes and bring a personal torch.

Rangers will bring the spotlight.

Remember to stay with the ranger and try not to scare the wildlife.

Meet at the Baranduda Community Centre car park, Sage Court, Baranduda.

The spotlighting night walk runs from 7pm to 9pm.

The Gateway Island Bush Park spotlighting night walk on July 9 is booked out.