The dispenser is designed to hold a limited amount of nutritionally beneficial fish pellets that tourists and visitors can use (as an alternative to using human food) to feed the fish in the Neds Beach Special Purpose Zone within the Lord Howe Island Marine Park.
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Flesh-footed and Wedge-tail Shearwaters are particularly vulnerable and it is not uncommon to find them lying on the roads at dusk and at night. Particular hot spot areas for seabird activity include Skyline Drive, Neds Beach Road, the top of Joy's hill on Middle Beach Road and the Windy Point area.
The 2011 results recorded the highest number of Woodhens ever surveyed since annual censoring began in 1986, with a total number of 229 birds recorded for the year (of which 134 were new birds). Using this data the population is estimated at 270 birds.
The i-MIEV, powered by high density lithium ion batteries, is 100% electric. The island's recently prepared Renewable Energy Road Map identifies electric vehicles as a key component in achieving our 65% renewable energy target. Contact the Board office if you would like to test drive one of the Mitsubishi i-MIEV vehicles.
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These inspections will involve the identification of any noxious weeds on your lease and the provision of advice on control and eradication techniques.
They started settling on Blinky dune in late September and early October. In August 2011 approximately 13Kms of bunting (bird scare flagging) was deployed along the top of Blinky dune to deter Sooty Terns from nesting in the immediate flight path of runway 28 of the Lord Howe Island Aerodrome.
Since that time the LHIB Administration has progressed development of a new On-site Management Strategy to achieve the objectives outlined in the LHI Wastewater Management Committee Report.
Have you got unwanted out-of-date, leftover household and garden chemicals sitting in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry, garage or garden shed that could cause harm to your health and the environment?
Drop them down to the Waste Management Facility for FREE between 7am-10am on open days or by appointment, call (02) 65632309.
The next phase of the construction commenced on 1 February when the builder, BDM Constructions, commenced work on site. Works have rapidly progressed over recent months with the concrete foundations and slab poured and structural steel, wall and roof frames completed in March with the building work to be completed in May.