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Nillumbik Shire Council invites invite schools, individuals and community groups to join us in recording what birds and animals they observe within the shire. The more we know about our natural world, the better we can manage and protect it for the future. This is a way for residents to learn about their own environment, acquire new knowledge and skills and make a meaningful contribution to biodiversity data. By adding their observations to the Atlas of Living Australia residents will be able to attach meaning and purpose to hands-on learning.