Wildlife

Native Animals


A broad diversity of fauna is an important component for the functioning of a healthy ecosystem.

Native Fauna


In 2010, a Natural Area Survey was carried out by P&J Smith Ecological Consultants to review the native vegetation, flora and fauna in North Sydney.

Nest Boxes


Natural tree hollows are an invaluable resource for many of Australia's native birds and mammals.

Native Gardens


Your garden could provide a safe haven for wildlife, with food, shelter, look-out spots, nesting sites and safe areas to raise young.

Wildlife Watch


Residents of North Sydney are the eyes and ears of our bushland reserves.

Wildlife Corridors


Corridors provides shelter, food and protection from predators by imitating the structure and diversity of native vegetation.

Feral Animals


Council has joined with local community volunteers to address the threats posed by feral animals.

Fox Control


Dogs and cats are excluded from fox-baited areas, during this period of notification.

Indian or Common Mynas


Recognised as one of the most invasive animals in the world, the Indian, or Common Myna is a medium sized chocolate brown bird, with a black head.

Injured Wildlife


If you find an injured or orphaned native animal, call a wildlife rescue organization straight away.

Wildlife Protection Areas


Wildlife Protection Areas - information for residents and pet owners living near bushland