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    Friends of Angophora Bushland Reserve

    Armidale New South Wales
    (02) 6772 9123

    Group Details

    Angophora Bushland Reserve, Armidale: entrance in Burgess Street, opposite Stace Street.

    The reserve is Council-owned urban bushland which contains some very old, picturesque Angophora floribunda trees and some fine native grasses. It is being cared for as a stepping-stone in a wildlife corridor through Armidale. The Friends of the Reserve are planting shrub understorey for small native birds, and feed trees for the koalas that are occasionally seen.

    Photos

    AngophoraJan2015 HelenStokes

    Above - Angophora floribunda in flower. Image courtesy of Helen Stokes.

    Black facedCuckoo shrike DavidJonesSmallNew

    Above: Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike. Image courtesy of David Jones.

    InstallingSeat2015Small

    Above: Installing the seat in 2015. Image courtesy Helen Stokes.

    KoalaJustOutsideReserve2016 DavidGeeSmall

    Above: A koala in a tree just outside the reserve in 2016. Image courtesy David Gee.

    WorkingBee

    Above: First planting session in 2014.

    Map Location

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    Armidale New South Wales
    hmstokes@optusnet.com.au
    (02) 6772 9123

    Contact Persons

    Helen Stokes (+)
    hmstokes@optusnet.com.au

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