The Green Spot Program

The Green Spot Program is a signage education program for motorists to slow down in areas where wildlife cross roads in the shire. The community is surveyed annually to work out what locations wildlife have been seen crossing roads, or have been injured or died.  This information forms the basis of the location of 10 signs around the shire. 

The Program is part of a broader fauna awareness strategy by the Environmental Advisory Committee to educate road users of wildlife in the area and provide the Wildcare Helpline number by the Department Parks and Wildlife should it be required.

Further a Glovebox Guide for Injured Wildlife is available for motorists to keep in their vehicles in case of an incident involving wildlife in the shire.​



​Environmental Services
9290 6651
shire@mundaring.wa.gov.au

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