Wildlife Conservation Club

The ENPS Wildlife Conservation Club has been busy during lunchtimes learning about our local environment and how to care for it under the guidance of Paul James, an ENPS parent & conservation enthusiast. Students are working to clean up Diamond Creek, learning about snake safety and protecting endangered local species like the ones pictured.

The group are doing a Wildlife show at the Family Movie Night next Saturday 18 November commencing at 5pm. Come along, meet our members and their array of wildlife, and support the Snug-A-Snake competition.

Your votes will decide which teacher will snuggle a live snake at assembly on Monday 20 November. $1 equals 1 vote. Vote as many times as you'd like. Place your donation in the buckets in the office, or come along to our stall at the Eltham Festival tomorrow, and choose between Miss Twomey, Mrs Hocking or Mr Foley!

What fabulous work the group is doing.

 Feeder hanging on tree

Feeder hanging on tree

 Constructing our bird feeders

Constructing our bird feeders

 An owl

An owl

 Our Wldlife Conservation team

Our Wldlife Conservation team

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We have lots of resident possums !  The possum boxes erected on our trees provide a home for these animals.

 Kookaburra

Kookaburra