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Resources

You are welcome and encouraged to print and use the documents below. We would love to hear about how you use our resources, please email us info@iewf.org.


An introduction to creating small bird habitat (pdf 340 kb). and here is a version in English and Mandarin.

Read about habitat in your garden in a bush fire prone area (223kb).

An introduction to sustainable gardening.

Weed removal & habitat - Before you start...look, listen & consider in English (432 KB),
a version in Cantonese (805 KB) and
a version in Mandarin (764 KB).

Planting a habitat haven poster A4 size - with plant guide cross section (590 kb). and
Planting a habitat haven poster A3 size - with plant guide cross section (676 kb).


How to plant a small bird habitat haven in your garden - A3 poster.
How to plant a small bird habitat haven in your garden - A4.


Creat habitat or protect bushland areas by planting a Habitat Buffer A3 version (502 kb) and
Habitat Buffer A4 version (476 kb).


Reduce graffiti, add to security and create habitat - habitat haven a natural graffiti barrier information sheet (413 KB) and A3 poster (454 KB)


List of native habitat plants for the Sydney region (16.1 KB) and edible plants. (14.6 KB)

Lookup native habitat plant photos.

Lookup bird photos.

Lookup weed photos - For quick and easy identification of common garden weeds, potentially invasive plants and environmental weeds go to Web Weed Lookup. Also find out more about what weeds are, how they are spread and how to control them.


For schools and projects here is an A3 poster with a sugggested size and numbers of plants for creating a habitat haven (685 kb) . Another with more plant species suggestions (392 kb). And to assist in the planning of your habitat haven please use this checklist.


Habitat Network handout (259 kb) uses simple graphics to illustrate the concept of habitat.

Habitat Network poster A3(283 kb).

Some plants with berries are spread into our bushland and gardens as weeds by birds - learn more from our Berry Berry Bad Plant brochure in English (399 kb) and
in Mandarin (420 kb)

Learn how to embrace or discourage Brush-turkeys in your garden (fact sheet)
and with these Brush Turkey brochures in English
and Mandarin.

To raise awareness of invasive vines in gardens and bushland the following brochure has been produced in English and Mandarin with assistance from Ryde and Hunter's Hill Councils, Tzu Chi Foundation Australia and Greater Sydney Local Land Services:

Do you have aliens in your yard? English version (Download 2.66 MB)
Mandarin version (Download 2.87 MB).



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