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

  • Whites Rock Walk
    a walk that takes you through the protected gullies and slopes of a moist, cool climate forest
  • South African Weed Orchid in North East Victoria
    Orchids – amazingly evolved plants that have long fascinated botanists and the public. Their colourful and often intoxicatingly aromatic blooms, their symbiotic relationships with soil fungi and insect pollinators, their exotic nature and in some cases their rarity – orchids are among the world’s most popular, mysterious and engaging plants. It’s often the case that […]
  • Farm dam to farm wetland #3 – Euroa Arboretum
    This demonstration video focuses on the constructed wetland at the Euroa Arboretum. The site was initially a shallow drainage line completely infested with Phalaris and other exotic grasses. This video was filmed in 2014, just 2 years after construction and highlights the different habitat elements of the wetland. But before you watch it, scroll through […]
  • Spring in Strathbogie Forest
    Exploring the forest between Two Mile Creek Falls and Umbrella Hill off Upper Boho Rd found new life everywhere. It is a lovely space in which to wander. I have done my best to name the species photographed. However, I am happy to be corrected and would love to have the gaps filled. I have […]
  • North Creek Walk, Strathbogie Forest
    Then dive into the steep gully of the cascading North Creek, deep in the unspoiled Strathbogie Forest.
  • Roadsides – critical habitat for native wildflowers
    Whether it’s in the Strathbogie Ranges, or on the nearby riverine plains, roadsides and associated small reserves (of which there are a surprising number, see below) are some of the last refuges for the stunning wildflowers that once occurred across the landscape. Human activity now so dominates our region, that these narrow strips of nature […]

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