Mount Majura Nature Reserve is home to a number of rare and endangered plant species, some endemic to the ACT and some at their range distribution limit in the Territory.
What are they and where are they?
Join Dr. Michael Mulvaney, ACT Conservation, Planning and Research for a survey of Mount Majura’s rare plants.
Information from surveying the presence and abundance of rare plants within the nature reserve will guide management, planning, development and conservation decisions. For instance the finding of protected plant species at the Majura paddocks had been considered important for the decision to return the paddocks to nature reserve.
|When:||Sunday, 19 October, 10am – 12 noon|
|Where:||Meet at nature park entrance Antill Street roughly opposite of Carotel, North Watson; view this map|
|Bring / wear:||Sun protection, sturdy shoes, water, something to write, and a camera if you have one.
Some survey kits will be provided; the kits include a list of rare plants recorded within or in the vicinity of the Mount Majura nature reserve.
|Enquiries:||Ph. 6247 7515 or email email@example.com.|
Prickly Moses, Acacia ulicifolia (W. Pix 06.07.2014)