As part of Joondalup’s Think Green program, Night Stalks were held at Yellagonga Regional Park

As part of Joondalup’s Think Green program, Night Stalks were held at Yellagonga Regional Park

NATURE lovers had the chance to see Yellagonga Regional Park in a different light during the October school holidays.

As part of the City of Joondalup’s Think Green environmental education program, ecologists led more than 80 people on two night stalks at Neil Hawkins Park in Joondalup.

During the tours, people came across various species of frogs and waterbirds, spiders, a tawny frogmouth (nocturnal bird) and oblong turtles.

Animals that were spotted were recorded on behalf of Perth Zoo, which co-ordinates a statewide community conservation program.