Monthly Archives: October 2014

All’s well that ends well

The proximity of natural areas to buildings and infrastructure means that sometimes our wildlife turn up in places where they shouldn’t be.The Brown Goshawk is a large bird of prey  with a wingspan of 70cm to 1m, most often seen

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Lunch at Brickpit Park?

This is sure to be the question that lands on the lips of workers at Sydney Olympic Park with the launch of picnic tables at Brickpit Park. Brickpit Park is the newest town centre park, located behind 5 Murray Rose

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A must read if you’re going to Monster Jam

Monster Jam is taking over ANZ Stadium this Saturday, 18 October and we have been working hard to ensure the night is a huge success. To help you, we have created this short video with some top tips to make

Posted in Our social life

Preliminary findings on the young White-bellied Sea-Eagle

As you may have read on our previous post, sadly the White-bellied Sea-Eagle chick died prematurely on the nest on the afternoon of 12 September 2014 at the age of 30 days. After all appropriate approvals, the body was recovered

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Ask a Park Ranger…why is fishing prohibited?

With a great river frontage and numerous lakes and ponds you may wonder why fishing is not allowed in the parklands at Sydney Olympic Park. So, here is the answer… To protect local wildlife Fishing not only poses a direct

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