Want to help us protect our environment? There are so many ways that you can contribute and make a difference.

Click on any of the headings below to learn more about getting involved and supporting our activities:

 

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Membership
Sign up as an ANGAIR member

Working bees
Join one of our regular working bees to remove weeds and plant indigenous species. The Events calendar details all opportunities
 

Bird walks
Learn from the experts about our local birds

Guided walks
Explore our flora and fauna and get to know our tracks on guided walks

Plant propagation
Propagate local native plants in our nursery and be able to purchase through the group

Events
Come to one of our events such as our regular social evenings featuring talks by experts in animal, plants and conservation issues and our Annual Wildflower and Art Weekend

Local Friends groups
Get to know one of our local Friends groups with their own opportunities for involvement

Merchandise and Publications
Buy a gift for yourself or a loved one or buy one of our informative and educational publications


Leave a gift in your will
Create a legacy of protection, capable of preserving our wild beauty forever

 

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So no matter your interests, skills or interest, there is always a way you can support ANGAIR!

Events Calendar

Nov
28

Sat 9:30am - 2:30pm

Nov
30

Mon 9:30am - 11:00am

Ten ways to get involved

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There are lots of different ways that you can get involved in protecting habitats, conserving biodiversity and enhancing the natural beauty of the area around Anglesea and Aireys Inlet. Learn more

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Hooded Plover public survey

It hasn’t been a very good year for Hooded Plover chicks. So far, along the coast from Point Lonsdale to Point Roadknight, only sixteen fledglings have made it through. Many obstacles to the survival of the chicks remain, with large crowds of people using the beaches, dogs running off-leash, and people walking through the sand dunes. In addition, fox, dog, rat and cat footprints have been found in the vicinity of nests. With the monitoring of the breeding season drawing to a close, there are presently two chicks at Collendina, and egg nests at Breamlea and Black Rock dunes, with one and two eggs.

Birds Australia is conducting an online, public survey in a bid to improve its conservation measures for the Hooded Plover on our coast. To participate, go to Birds Australia website.

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ANGAIR membership gives you access to a range of great activities and benefits. Learn more about all these benefits as well as how to sign up and renew.

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