Category: E-News

Point Grey Channel and Marina

Point Grey Channel and Marina

PHCC is continuing to advocate for the protection of our Estuary.  The State Administrative Tribunal are likely to make a decision by early November.  Read and hear more below……. ABC News Article – Point Grey marina plan sparks environmental fears in Mandurah as...
Dolphin Watch Mandurah

Dolphin Watch Mandurah

The PHCC is pleased to be collaborating with Department of Conservation, Biodiversity and Attractions (DBCA) on the Dolphin Watch Mandurah project by funding the purchase of surveillance cameras. Camera monitoring is an extension of the citizen science arm of the...
Rick James

Rick James

…the closest thing PHCC have on their staff to a wandering shorebird!  Quick facts: First migration: Drove overland from the UK to Australia in 1988.  First spotted (& “banded” – he got a parking ticket) in Darwin.  Spotted a few months later at Trial Bay on...
Threatened Species Forum 5-8 September

Threatened Species Forum 5-8 September

Mel, Christine and Jordon travelled to Geraldton to attend the Threatened Species Forum in September. At the Forum, Mel and Christine showcased our Farmers for Fauna project which supports landholders with feral animal control and capacity building opportunities,...
R U OK?

R U OK?

Landcare is not just about caring for the land.  It’s caring for people as well!  In September, Landcare SJ held its second annual R U OK? Corporate and Community Planting Day, at the picturesque Gooralong Brook in Jarrahdale.  Gooralong Brook flows into the...
S.H.A.R.E. in the Shed – Noongar Participation

S.H.A.R.E. in the Shed – Noongar Participation

We recently held our final SHARE in the Shed for 2019.  The topic for the evening was Noongar Participation and the event provided an opportunity to update our community on the latest developments, options and opportunities linked to the South West Native Title...
Albatross

Albatross

Tickets are still available to The Wetlands Weekender Movie Night! PHCC and Peel Bright Minds will be celebrating World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) on October 12th by screening the film “Albatross”, a highly provocative film that conveys the heartbreaking...
Pave The Way

Pave The Way

This year Pave the Way will be run as an event as part of the Wetlands Weekender. Pave the Way is a community Clean-Up Event that has been running since 2014. Inspired by the award-winning photographer David Rennie, the event was designed to clean up the Coodanup...
PHCC ready to launch the first Wetlands Weekender

PHCC ready to launch the first Wetlands Weekender

Only a short a time left until the Wetlands Weekender Festival kicks off, a mini festival that celebrates our Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar Wetland and the amazing wildlife that inhabits these waterways. The concept for a festival was listed as an action within PHCC’s...
Planning for our Banksia Woodlands

Planning for our Banksia Woodlands

We are now one third of the way through the second year of our Banksia ‘A World of Woodlands’ project and have been busily meeting with organisations and individuals that have Woodlands on their properties. The Banksia project has a heavy focus on protecting and...
People for Wildlife

People for Wildlife

Over the past two years the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council have been assisting landholders passionate about their patch of the catchment to better understand the valuable role that their properties play in supporting our region’s wildlife. Land for Wildlife is a...

We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present