We are busy prepping our reveg sites for the 90k native plants (!) which will be installed across the corridor this winter. In order for the seedlings not to end up as very expensive rabbit food, we need to control the numbers of introduced European rabbits. What does this look like? In some sections we… Continue reading Rabbit control to prepare for reveg season
Dr Tegan Douglas from BirdLife Australia kitted up a group of 25 bird enthusiasts with binoculars last Saturday as she lead a guided walk through the Rehabilitating Roe 8 corridor, introducing participants to the feathered friends who call the corridor their home. A group of bird enthusiasts observing birds in the corridor We saw first… Continue reading Guided bird walk in the corridor enjoyed by all
The Rehabilitating Roe 8 project invites community feedback on the rehabilitation and community engagement activities being undertaken in the corridor. This is your chance to answer a brief questionnaire and provide feedback on community participation, what you want to see in the corridor and how you feel you've been a part of it. It is… Continue reading We want to hear from you!
The first Community Science Conference concluded with more than 100 people in attendance, viewing presentations from all walks of ecological restoration, natural resource management, and environmental education. The conference which ran in March 2021, featured 18 speakers and an interactive Q&A session with presenters of the conference. Anna Wisolith (DBCA), L-A Shibish (DBCA), Wayne Walters… Continue reading Hands Healing the Land – a success story!
We are all set up and ready to go for today's Hands Healing the Land Boodja Moort Kaardijin Community Science Conference. We are in for a jam-packed day and over 20 speakers will be sharing their stories, experiences and research with community members, students and landcare professionals. Whadjuk/Ballardong man Oral McGuire will give an insight… Continue reading Set up and ready to go!
Have you noticed a drone buzzing over the corridor over the last few days and wondered what we were up to? A specialised drone operator has been capturing high resolution near-infrared and RGB imagery over the corridor for us. This is the third year in a row of collecting these images. Using special software, we… Continue reading Drone buzzing over the corridor