These resources have been developed by or recommended by the Hunter Region Landcare Network.
Take a closer look at shorebirds of the Hunter and Manning regions
Birds of the Box Gum Grassy Woodlands
Box Gum Grassy Woodlands are a feature of Eastern Australian landscapes. Look at and listen to birds from this environment.
Plants of the Box Gum Grassy Woodlands
This vegetation community is listed as an Ecologically Endangered Community because of the flora and fauna this community supports, including the species of White Box, Yellow Box, and Blakely’s Gum.
Plants of the Spotted Gum Ironbark Forests
Learn the types of trees, shrubs, grasses and vines that populate the Ironbark Forests of the Lower Hunter.
Gumnuts of the Upper Hunter
Bark types and gumnuts (or “fruit”) are a handy way of determining which group a Eucalypt belongs to.
Eucalypt Bark Types
Just as their fruits (gumnuts) can help us figure out which Eucalypt is which so can their bark, these are some commonly seen in the Upper Hunter.
Learn About Galls
Stacy Mail talks through identifying galls.
Daily Diary & WHS Checklist for Landcare Groups
Download this diary and checklist template.
Work Health and Safety Forms
To meet your legal obligations, you should be keeping safety records for each working bee or field day that your group takes part in. HRLN has developed a WHS Risk assessment form and Daily diary with WHS checklist for your group to download and use.
Native Plant Nurseries
The Hunter Region Landcare Network has curated a list of local nurseries selling native plants.
There are a wide range of resources available to assist Landcare groups in their day to day running.
Below are links to a range of resources that have been developed through the NSW Landcare Support Program and links to other externally produced resources that may be useful.