A quarterly newsletter is produced for members and this ranges from 12-24 pages in length and discusses a range of topics
relevant to the study group. As an example the Spring special issue generally features Biodiversity Month and Threatened
Species Day, with the focus on such themes as biodiversity, habitat, bush management, remnants and endangered species.
Left: Sweet Appleberry (Billardiera cyamosa)
Right: Chenille honey myrtle (Melaleuca huegelii)
Some of the issues discussed in the quarterly newsletter may include:
- Birds, frogs, reptiles, marsupials, insects, native fish
- Specific plant species eg. banksia, eucalyptus, acacia
- Specific plant associations and communities eg. woodlands, grasslands
- Attraction to native gardens by Australian fauna
- Habitat protection and conservation
- Regeneration and revegetation
- Seed collection, potting methods and plant propagation
- Research and development
- Education- identification or management of species
Left: Western Grey kangaroo joey (Macropus fuliginosus)
Right: Rainbow lorikeet fledgling (Trichoglossus haematodus)
Ordinary member $5.00 p.a. (Aust.) or $10.00 p.a. (Overseas)
Payable in July each year.
Cheques or Money Orders should be made payable to: "ASGAP Wildlife & Native Plants" and forwarded to:
ASGAP Wildlife & Native Plants SG
C/- PO Box 131
STRATHALBYN, S.A. 5255
This Web Site was created by students of the University of South Australia.
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Site designed by Tim Hughes.
Last updated: 7-11-02.