Camden Council has installed two ‘Water for Wildlife’ water drinking stations in Mount Annan and is now calling on residents for help to keep them going.
The two drinking stations located within George Caley Reserve were installed in partnership with with Animals Australia and can hold 15 litres of water each.
However they will need to be checked regularly to ensure wildlife such as wallabies, wombats, echidnas, and birds have consistent access to safe water.
And that’s where you can come in!
Mayor of Camden, Cr Therese Fedeli is calling on residents to report any observations and maintenance requests.
“We are lucky enough to be living amongst a diverse environment which is home to many animals and Council is committed to caring for them,” she said.
“By letting us know any observations you make about the water stations when using the Reserve, we will be able to determine how this project is helping our local wildlife.”
If you love our local wildlife and want to help Camden Council care for them, contact Council’s Sustainability Team on 4654 7777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org