Hollows As Homes

Hollows As Homes is a new project out to prove there’s still a wealth of wildlife around us even in the big city. They estimate up to 300 native birds, animals and insects rely on hollows in trees for their habitat and they want our help to find and record them.

Mitch is joined by Dr John Martin, Wildlife Ecologist with the Royal Botanic Garden to tell us more about how we can get involved.

Hollows As Homes are running free workshops across Sydney. Head to Cronulla this Thursday night or to Marrickville on the 21st or check out the Hollows As Homes website for more information.

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