Come along to our Wildlife Wonders Workshop from 9am-12noon at Ourimbah. Carla from Wildlife ARC (Animal Rescue and Care Society) will be talking about native animals and their habitat requirements - as well as a presentation on Wombats and Tawny Frog mouths. Following morning tea Andrew Lee will demonstrate the construction of a wildlife nest box. Click here for more information and to register
The next Friends of COSS event wil be a Fungi Foray in Katandra Reserve. Come along to a guided bush walk and talk in the COSS lands with local Fungi guide, Nikki Bennetts, followed by morning tea in the picnic area.
Date: Sunday 21 March, 2015
Time: 9:00am to 11.30am
The Coastal Open Space System (COSS) is a network of reserves supporting natural vegetation that are managed by Gosford Council for a number of environmental and community values. COSS lands provide important ecological habitats (or homes) and essential linkages (wildlife corridors) for diverse fauna and flora. These natural areas are also popular places for leisure and relaxation with residents and visitors alike.