Photo courtesy of Michael Mann
Photo courtesy of Michael Mann

Project Goals

Educate

To give people the knowledge to effectively and humanly take action against the Common Myna

Observe

To gain a better understanding of Myna distribution by observing and mapping the presence of Common Mynas within the Strathbogie Ranges

Control

To proactively prevent and reverse the spread of the Common Myna within the Strathbogie Ranges before permanent damage is done to native species populations

Project Goals

Educate

To give people the knowledge to effectively and humanly take action against the Common Myna

Observe

To gain a better understanding of Myna distribution by observing and mapping the presence of Common Mynas within the Strathbogie Ranges

Control

To proactively prevent and reverse the spread of the Common Myna within the Strathbogie Ranges before permanent damage is done to native species populations

A great introductory video by Banyule City Council

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A great introductory video by Banyule City Council

Project Partners

Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network

PARTNER GROUP

Strathbogie Shire Council

PARTNER

Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority

FUNDING

Victorian State Government

FUNDING

Strathbogie Landcare

ASSOCIATE GROUP

Euroa Arboretum

PARTNER GROUP

Project Partners

RSS Strathbogie Ranges – Nature View

  • Pine Gully Nature Trail, Mt Bruno
    The trail itself is winds along gullies in such a way as to always have an inviting turn ahead.
  • Out of the woodwork
    Literally! When the fungal body, the mycelium, is ready to reproduce, it emerges from it’s underground home (often the rotting remains of wood and plant material) to spread the news. And so it was with the Festival of Fungi – people just came out of the woodwork to learn, laugh and celebrate. By far the […]
  • Heading home
    the wombat stopped, very deliberately and contentedly sat down and spent 5 minutes soaking up the warmth of the morning sun
  • Mt Wombat storm skies
  • Rain – when less is better
    With Victoria’s wet and wild weather of the last few days, I was keen to see how our local creeks responded to about 35 mm of rain overnight. It’s a far cry from the 150-250 mm some catchments in South Gippsland received yesterday, but given the damage that floodwaters can cause, in this case, less […]
  • A Koala Story – don’t tell anyone!
    If you breathe a word of this to anyone .....

Peter Wiltshire, a ranger at Darebin City Park came to the Euroa Arboretum and kicked the whole thing off.