Protection and management of our native plants and animals is essential for the long-term health of our environment.
Help us monitor and conserve Frankston’s biodiversity by recording observations of plants and animals on iNaturalist app.
Frankston City is home to a wide variety of animals and wildlife.
Local native (indigenous) vegetation provides shelter and food sources for native wildlife.
Learn how you can help reduce the threat of environmental weeds in Frankston City.
Learn about fauna linkages and what we're doing to connect wildlife to habitat in Frankston's urban landscape.
Pest animals pose a serious threat to the biodiversity of Frankston City.
Frankston City Council routinely carries out fox control programs across the city to reduce pressure on native wildlife.
Learn about Council's review of native vegetation and areas of environmental significance in the municipality.
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