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March 8, 2021

Toad muster at Bray Park

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Tweed residents are advised there will be a cane toad muster at Bray Park tonight from 8 o’clock. Before the muster there will be a talk about the impact of cane toads and how to identify, safely catch, and handle them. Meet at Chinaman Gardens Reserve at the corner of Kyogle Road and Riveroak Drive, Bray Park at 8pm. For information contact Sally Jacka on 02 6670 2561 or [email protected] or Pamela Gray on 02 6670 2778, email [email protected].


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