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Choose from over 100 free events during May
Eco May has begun for 2016, a month-long celebration of WA's unique environment and sustainable living choices. The initiative is run by the Conservation Council of Western Australia (CCWA). Nowhere is this event more relevant than WA, a global biodiversity hotspot under threat. Groups, schools and councils across WA are hosting eco-themed activities throughout May to build community awareness and capability, and involve them in making a difference.
Visit the Discover Kanyana Day Pic: Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre)
There are over free 100 events listed on the CCWA website, stretching from Esperance to Kununurra. They range from hands-on activities like diving, walking, citizen science activities and planting days, to field days, movie screenings and courses.
8th May- Walk Through Fletcher Park. A guided walk through Fletcher Park in Wungong. Fletcher Park is 19 hectares of vegetation which has been listed as a 'Critically Endangered Threatened Ecological Community', and contains some species found nowhere else in the world.
21st May- Bush Skills for the Hills. Held at Mundaring's Hills Discovery Centre, this event uncovers the many uses of plants and animals. Try your hand at making some traditional hunting tools.