Wild about Wildlife Workshop: Sugar Glider
The Sugar glider is social, nocturnal and arboreal. They live in woodlands that contain tree hollows and sufficient food. They spend their nights gliding between trees in search of their diet of tree sap, nectar, pollen, and invertebrates. During the day, small social groups, often containing several adults and that season’s young, generally share a common nest in a tree hollow or with a ball of leaves. Join us to learn and get involved on a local level to protect and restore habitat and reduce predation of this priority species.
Morning tea provided. Suitable for ages 16 and over.
Saturday, 20 July 2019 | 09:00 AM
- 11:30 AM
Friends of the Lagoon Creek, Corner Pettigrew and Toovey Street, Caboolture 4510 View map