Have you seen a threatened or uncommon animal or plant within the Parkes Shire?
Reporting sightings will help improve our understanding of our local biodiversity and help contribute to the management of threatened species.
Sightings of threatened or uncommon animals and plants in your own property, road reserves, parks or other public areas can be made using the Report Wildlife and Plant form and return to Council via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that this information may be made available to the Office of Environment and Heritage for their Atlas of NSW Wildlife Database.
Council is working to restore endangered ecological communities and habitat for threatened species by improving areas of native vegetation and habitat available. Council is proud to partner with Central West Lachlan Landcare to deliver National Tree Day activities every year which help increase the amount of native vegetation within our Shire.
For more information, or to register your interest in volunteering for our next tree planting activity, contact Councils Environmental and Sustainability Coordinator on 6861 2343.