The FWGP Newsletter Summer 2021 has come out to play in the sun.
You can access it here or download a PDF copy below.
Today the Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Chair Paul Wettin attended Parklands Primary School to hear their song dedicated to Kyloring, the Western Ground Parrot.
Parklands is a small independent based in Albany that has a strong connection to protecting the environment. Students from the school have been participating in fauna trapping at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve with the Parks and Wildlife Service for several years and learning about recovery of threatened species.
Parklands Teacher Marg Sefton has been a driving force in this program and has engaged the students in song writing about local environmental issues and is using the musical products to raise funds to support conservation efforts.
This year the students have taken the Western Ground Parrot under their song writing wing, which was performed today for parents, Friends of the Western Ground Parrot committee members and staff. The students were supported by Mark Comer and Andrew Collins on their guitars.
Click below to hear the Parklands Song
ABC Radio Version with Andrew Collins interviewing the students
Hi to all the supporters of the Critically Endangered Western Ground Parrot. We have taken the brave, bold step of updating their website to make it more interactive and interesting.
It still has all the same information and features as before but we have made it easier for a committee member to edit and update the site so you should see content being adding to the site more regularly, both in the BLOG and in other pages on the website.
We would also like to add posts about what our members and volunteers are doing to raise awareness and support the recovery of the ground parrot. So if you have a story that you would like to add to the BLOG, send it to us in an email and we will put it up as a post on our website.
Finally, you can still purchase some of the WGP merchandise that we have available with all proceeds going to the recovery of the ground parrot.
Until later, The Editor.