Assets with Eyes

Double barred Finch
               Photo: Nevil Lazarus

Welcome to the Assets with Eyes - Sydney Olympic Park's ecology newsletter. 

 
Sydney Olympic Park has incredible biodiversity values. It is home to over 250 species of fauna, 400 species of plants, and 3 endangered ecological communities. This monthly newsletter features the latest information on the Park’s diverse web of life and how we care for them and their habitat.

Subscribe now, or feel free to read through our past editions:

Past Editions:

July 2016

  • Creature Feature: Striped Marsh Frog
  • Powells Creek Fishway renewed
  • Grass fires at Woo-la-ra
  • Heavy rain and high tides pummel Sydney Olympic Park

June 2016

  • Nest and roost boxes still hot property
  • Lacewings of Sydney Olympic Park
  • Antlions - Kings of the underworld
  • Floating island adds value to Bell Frog pond

May 2016

  • Butterflies of Sydney Olympic Park
  • Welcoming the New Lady-Friend
  • Microbat Monitoring
  • Vale Fred the Frog

April 2016

  • New bird species: Double-banded Plover
  • Cat Management Program
  • Darter Rescue
  • Spiders are welcome

March 2016

  • Migratory shorebirds return to Main Lagoon
  • Sacred Kingfisher
  • Clean Up Days
  • Farewell Latham’s Snipe

February 2016 

  • Bell frog with broken leg hops again
  • Fox diet in focus
  • Black-shouldered Kites raise second brood
  • Celebrate World Wetlands Day

January 2016

  • Head-banging Blue-banded bee
  • Spotlight on Weasel Skink
  • Common Sandpiper
  • Pampas Grass control continues