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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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Even A Current Affair is getting in on the action

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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

  • Polly’s moods across the year
    Attending Polly McQuinn's to monitor platypus numbers in the early hours each week has been a treat.
  • Ted Harris of Warrenbayne and his Sugar Gliders.
    The following report is about Heather Thomas’s ( committee member of Strathbogie Ranges CMN ) father, Ted Harrison, who was a pioneer in the wildlife conservation world. Coincidentally Justus and Janet Hagen visited Mr Harrison’s sugar glider feeding spot in 1972 on a teachers college bush walking club trip. Honey for Phalangers and Phascogales The […]
  • Groundwater – where does it come from, where does it go?
    Background Groundwater has always been a valuable resource in the Strathbogie Ranges and with the seasons and rainfall now becoming much less predictable, its importance is only increasing. Here in the Strathbogies groundwater sits on top of the undulating, fractured granitic rocks that comprise most of the ranges. This groundwater is held in aquifers, geological […]
  • Strathbogie groundwater update – June 2019
    In September 2018, the Strathbogie Groundwater Project began monitoring water levels in eleven groundwater bores on the Tableland, to develop an understanding of the regional groundwater resource. Most of these bores are monitored manually every few months to measure depth of the water table, whilst the water level in one bore (soon two) is monitored […]
  • What exactly is a ‘marsupial mouse’?
    In the absence of better descriptive terms, early naturalists often named Australian animals after the superficially similar European animals they were familiar with – and many of these have stuck, to this day. Take, for instance, the carnivorous marsupials now known as thylacine, quoll, phascogale, antechinus and dunnart – these used to be called ‘Tasmanian […]
  • Come help with Seven Creeks revegetation at Gall’s Gap.
    Revegetation improves habitat and water quality

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