New boot cleaning stations have been installed at a number of pedestrian entry points within the corridor. Managing Dieback is a priorty for any sites that have susceptible flora such and Banksia and Jarrah woodlands. This week volunteers from Conservation Volunteers helped to install boot cleaning stations. These stations will allow people to easily clean… Continue reading Dieback gets the boot!
It was a windy Saturday night but that didn't deter keen fauna night stalkers on our bat night stalk. Over thirty people attended the bat night stalk with experienced guide Joe Tonga from Natsync. Joe showed off his fine array of specialist detection equipment including echo-locators and UV torches, with kids able to share this… Continue reading Kids go batty!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to tell the difference between Bandicoot diggings and rabbit holes? Find out what's a scat? And what can different types of poo tell us? RSVP now for the Greening Australia Citizen Science project happening in the corridor.We are looking for volunteers to undertake on site observations using a… Continue reading Calling all budding zoologists!
If you were walking in the corridor today you might have come across some khaki clad folks with shovels. Mike Bamford and his team from Bamford Consulting have commenced work on the vertebrate fauna monitoring within the corridor. The work will involve a combination of pitfall traps, cameras and on site observations to capture the… Continue reading Fauna monitoring under way
On Saturday night (19/20/19) twenty community members got to experience the delight in hearing and seeing the wildlife that resides in the corridor and Bibra Lake on the wonderful 'Bat night stalk'. Using bat detectors, kids tracked down the healthy bat population that lives in this part of the world and they were lucky enough… Continue reading Stalking bats and finding more in the Corridor
On the 26th of September a group of 34 Environmental practitioners enjoyed an educational walk through The Corridor. The group were attendees of WALGA’s field training day on ‘Plant Recognition in Natural Areas’ and represented 17 Local Governments spanning from GinGin to Bunbury. The walk started at Progress Drive where Linda Metz explained the degradation… Continue reading Practitioners Learning in The Corridor