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The City of Mandurah invites you to a day full of discoveries in Yalgorup National Park. Bring your family, friends and neighbours along to this community event to help find out what animals and plants call Yalgorup National Park home. The Yalgorup Bioblitz is an education event aimed at bringing together professional and amateur ecologists and those interested in learning more about their natural environment. It is a great way to raise community awareness about Yalgorup as well as increase community understanding and awareness of what is living in your own backyard. There will be surveys and activities you can get involved with at the Yalgorup Bioblitz. Flora and fauna specialists from the local area will lend their expertise to help you discover and identify species throughout the day. Participants will have the opportunity to identify woodland birds and shorebirds, go on an evening nightstalk to see our nocturnal animals, learn about Yalgorup and how Parks and Wildlife Rangers manage the park on a ranger walk and talks, learn from Kingsley Dixon on how to conduct a flora survey, look into habitat and nesting boxes, see the endangered ringtail possum and more. Help us discover what lives in Yalgorup National Park and celebrate its uniqueness The Site Yalgorup National Park is located 105 Km’s south of Perth and in the southernmost part of Mandurah, beginning just over the Dawesville Channel. Yalgorup is known for its extended lake system, beautiful tuart and peppermint woodlands and for the microscopic societies that form thrombolites. Yalgorup National park is home to many unique species of plants and animals, including the critically endangered Ringtail Possum What you need to do Download the Biocollect app to record your sightings, prior to the Yalgorup Bioblitz Read through the activity program and register for the activities at the link below. Be sure to arrive on time for your activity Be dressed in appropriate clothing to complete the field work and activities. This includes: Long pants, long sleeved shirt , hat, boots or sneakers, sunglasses, sunscreen , mosquito repellent. Bring a back pack with water, snacks and lunch, any other field supplies you might need for your activity such as camera, torches or headlamps and notepads and pens. Register here: