A common sight every day at Bob Campbell Oval – a magpie foraging for food. This one has found a tasty worm.
Natural grass supports a rich diversity of life. Under plastic turf, soil becomes an ecological dead zone, unable to support life and impacting local wildlife who like to dig for organisms, eat grass seed and forage and hunt in our parks.
Covering more than half the surface of BCO with plastic turf will have a severe impact on the endangered species and ecosystem of BCO and Gore Creek Reserve.