Canberra Nature Map's Newsletter for March 2024

Posted by michaelb

 25 Mar 2024

Hello everyone. 

Alison Milton has put together the fifth quarterly CNM newsletter. It some interesting information about what the Canberra Nature Mappers have been doing. We hope you enjoy the read. It is available for download at the bottom of the following page:

You are welcome to Contribute to the newsletter:

Please note that any member of the NatureMapr community is welcome to submit an item for the newsletter. It may be a private trip you have arranged with friends, such as Trevor’s report on the 2nd page, or just some exciting or unusual sighting you have found that you would like to brag about. Alternatively, you might like to highlight a local area that doesn’t get a lot of attention, photos that you think may be unusual or of greater interest. Or anything at all. Don’t be shy. Your discoveries and experiences are all of interest to the greater community.

Contributions and photos can be sent to the editor at at any time throughout the year. She looks forward to seeing your stories and contributions.


michaelb wrote:
   26 Mar 2024
Many thanks to @AlisonMilton for another great newsletter, and to @AlexKirk and @trevorpreston for their contributions.
Untidy wrote:
   28 Mar 2024
Thanks for all your hard work in putting the newsletter together, Alison. I loved reading about Michael's achievement, the Griffith Woodland and the blue-banded bees. The newsletter and all its reference links are a great resource for all the busy NatureMapr busy bees out there.
jks wrote:
   30 Mar 2024
Thsnk you @AlisonMilton

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