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This is a community event to record as many species as possible in the Mimosa Rocks area on the south coast of NSW. There are lots of opportunities for you to learn about reptiles, amphibians and some of the rarer birds of Mimosa Rocks National Park. There are flora surveys of the northern habitats and shell surveys along each of the 14 beaches in the Park. Amy Harris is leading a great Shorebird survey, hoping to cover all the beach and estuary nesting sites of our endangered shorebirds. There will be canoe surveys of the lagoons and dusk and night time surveys for possums, frogs and moths. If you would like to explore with experts and learn more about this wonderful Park, join us to look, learn and record as many species as we can for our Atlas of Life.