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Greetings from the Toodyay Naturalists' Club

The Toodyay Naturalists' Club (TNC) is located in an internationally recognised 'global hotspot'.
The club was established in 1968 and its aim is to conserve and promote the unique native flora, fauna and landscape values of Toodyay and the Avon Valley, contributing to their preservation for future generations.

PLEASE NOTE - because of the COVID-19 virus, DRUMMOND HOUSE WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


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Photo above - a male Carnaby Cockatoo feeding by Wayne Clarke.

How many Black-Cockatoos have you got at your your place (Carnaby or Red-tailed)?

Wheatbelt NRM are asking community members to report their sightings using a simple smart device application. This will enable them to identify their nesting, foraging and roosting sites and work to protect them so that each year the mating pairs can return to breed. They visit the Wheatbelt between July and March, so they’re trying to get as many sightings recorded before they leave again.

NEW WEBSITE AND OBSERVATION APP

Negotiations are underway for the development of a new Website, and an 'Observations' App that will allow entries to be made 'in the field'. This project is in association with TAFE Diploma students. FURTHER DETAILS TO COME...

A guide to Exploring Toodyay... naturally is the club's exciting new publication. Our News Page has further details

DRUMMOND HOUSE - TOODYAY'S ENVIRONMENT & HISTORY CENTRE
108B Stirling Terrace, Toodyay (next to our website sponsor, Bendigo Bank). This is OUR HOME we share with the Toodyay Historical Society and Toodyay Friends of the River. Normally we are open every Saturday morning from 10am until noon. However because of the COVID-19 crisis it will be closed until further notice.



Our News page has a copy of our latest newsletter

Our 2020 Programme has been suspended until further notice.
For further details contact our President Desrae Clarke
or phone 9574 5574.


Our News page has a copy of our latest newsletter

Contact our Secretary for general enquiries about the club.

HAVING ISSUES WITH REPTILES OR INJURED WILDLIFE? Or if you are simply wanting to know how to SAFELY INTERACT WITH WILDLIFE - you are at the right place.

The Toodyay Naturalists' Club recognises the Ballardong People of the Noongar Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet.
We acknowledge and respect their culture and connection to country, and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging

We are proud to be a CHOOSE RESPECT supporter.

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Page updated 4th April 2020

Our site is sponsored by the Toodyay and Districts Community Bank Branch - Bendigo Bank