One thousand trees

Ranger Vanessa shares some tree planting trade secrets with young volunteers

Ranger Vanessa shares some tree planting trade secrets with young volunteers

Volunteers help made Norfolk Island National Park’s latest tree planting effort a huge success.

In total 150 native plants from the national park nursery have now found a new home at Palm Glen. That means over 1,000 trees have been planted throughout the park and botanic garden this year alone.

The glen is one of the places where green parrots can regularly be seen and heard. Restoring their natural habitat can only strengthen these endangered birds.

Cass, Norfolk Island National Park

 

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