As individuals and a community we impact the natural world.
As a neighbourhood we have been thinking about the importance of HBTs or Hollow Bearing Trees, where you can find them and what may be living in them. Do you have any HBTs in your local area?
Binderiya: In Australia, 303 native wildlife species rely on hollows to nest, breed and take shelter.
Seb C.M: HBT’s are bulldozed for urban development and agriculture and those left behind frequently suffer from poor health and a blown over in storms and have a shorter lifespan than in forested landscapes.