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Environment & Waste>Environment>Casey's Natural Environment
Casey is home to magnificent coastlines, an array of wildlife and beautiful nature reserves.
Fire is a natural and important part of the Australian environment.
Learn the benefits of growing indigenous plants in your garden.
Learn more about how to best control weeds in the City of Casey.
Learn about how to attract wildlife to your area and where to go for emergency wildlife servces.
The City of Casey has four coastal villages - Warneet, Cannon's Creek, Tooradin and Blind Bight.
The Casey Vegetation Offset Scheme aims to keep vegetation offsets within City of Casey boundaries.
The City of Casey’s nature reserves provide an array of exciting and varying environmental experiences.
Find out more on Casey's pest plant and animal control program happening around the coast.
The Indian Myna is one of the most invasive pest species in the world. In response to the threat it poses to native animals and biodiversity, the City of Casey has examined options for the control and management of the Indian Myna.
Some birds will swoop on people, animals, and even objects to protect their nests during breeding season. Information and advice on managing the problem is provided here.