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Ecological Consulting

Birds Bush and Beyond takes on a range of projects with an emphasis on the conservation of woodland birds and their habitats, focussing on:


  • design and implementation of ecological monitoring projects and field surveys, especially around threatened species and communities,


  • development of landscape and species conservation management plans,


  • assessment of woodland ecosystems to provide strategic information on their management,


  • working with community groups, such as Conservation Management Networks and Landcare Networks, to establish and then carry-out bird and habitat monitoring programs,


  • providing specialist ecological advice to land managers



Example projects:

  • Practical Parrot Action Project – supporting the recovery of the threatened Turquoise Parrot (consulting for the Goulburn Broken CMA in north-east Victoria);


  • Monitoring woodland birds at a landscape-scale as part of the Australian Government-funded “Enriching biodiversity in the NSW Riverina Bioregion by managing the Travelling Stock Reserves network for nature conservation” project;


  • Conducting surveys of woodland birds to indicate habitat condition and change in the Barmah-Millewa forest - an icon site of The Living Murray Program; and surveying bush birds at ecological thinning sites as part of a large-scale NSW government research project.



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