Arboretum receives nesting boxes
The Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach has received nesting boxes for brushtail possums, sugar gliders, pygmy possums, parrots, microbats and the glossy black cockatoo.
They were paid for by the Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (Wires) with the support of Member for Gosford Ms Liesl Tesch and built by the Men's Shed under the direction of Central Coast zone coordinator Mr Ray Crawley.
Arboretum president Ms Victoria Crawford said University of Sydney PhD candidate Ms Vivianna Miritis was helping the Arboretum with the nesting boxes.
Pictured are Ms Crawford, Arboretum secretary Ms Mary Knaggs, Wires microbat carer Ms Clare Rickell, Ms Miritis, committee member Mr Phil Rich, Arboretum vice-president Ms Ann Parsons, Mr Crawley, Arboretum honorary ecologist Mr Robert Payne and Ms Tesch.
Social media, 17 Nov 2020
Victoria Crawford, Crommelin Native Arboretum