Greg’s obsession with protecting biodiversity continues.

Earlier this year Greg has taken on another bush regeneration site at Cliveden Avenue Reserve in Corinda. After putting hundreds of hours into the Salisbury site at Rocky Waterholes Creek, Greg decided that some of that time could be shared at another important local area.

The site at Corinda is an endangered dry rain forest ecosystem and is home to an endangered plant. The native ecosystem is under threat due to being highly impacted by suburbia. The reserve is across the creek from Oxley Creek Common which is world renowned for the number of birds that live and visit this area.

Greg will work at the Corinda site at least once a month putting nearly all efforts into controlling invasive environmental weeds like Cats Claw Creeper and applying for grants to contract professional bush regenerators. The aim is to help the native rain forest grow back and provide habitat for the numerous birds and other native wildlife.