The Friends of Hughes Grassy Woodland are a community group who formed with the purpose of protecting a small patch of Red Gum-Yellow Box Grassy Woodland in the suburb of Hughes. Hughes Grassy Woodland is located in 2 sections- section 58 is in between Kent and Groom Streets and Section 57, the area east of Kent St and running into Red Hill Nature Park . The woodland is an important ecological community- home to numerous species of native plants and two registered significant trees.
Friends of Hughes Grassy Woodland is a recipient of an ACT Environment Grant which will be used to enhance bird habitat in the woodland by planting native food plants.
If you would like to volunteer with the group or get more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the species that have been found in Hughes Grassy Woodland using Canberra Nature Map’s Digital Field Guide
Here’s a cute story about the rescue of a Gang-gang chick in Hughes Grassy Woodland 👇
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