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

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    What’s in a name? This one says it all – Acrobates pygmaeus, literally pygmy acrobats. The Latin name is very descriptive, but until you see them in action, you wouldn’t know just how accurate it is. They may be cute, but because they’re so small, they are difficult to detect in the field. Observing their […]
  • Tahbilk Eco Trails
    The name Tahbilk originates from the location, which local aboriginal people first referred to as "tabilk-tabilk", meaning "place of many waterholes". 
  • Big Hill Walk, Longwood East
    Views across studded plains to the Murray Country and Tablelands to the High Country are just stunning. The flora is beautiful, the climb exhilarating.
  • Squirrel Gliders on the Molyullah Floodplain
    The confluence of the Broken River and the Hollands Creek has created a significant floodplain that stretches south east from Benalla for 15 km, to Molyullah, and south for 20 km, to Tatong. Together with the floodplain of the adjacent Broken River and low-lying districts of Warrenbayne further west, this was once an expansive and […]
  • Feathery-tale of a new species
    The Feathertail Glider is undoubtedly one of the cutest marsupials going. Tragically, this poor little fellow (below) was found dead by Tony Brell on his Strathbogie farm in late March 2020. It’s a Feathertail Glider – note the feather-like fringe of stiff hairs on the tail. This amazing structure not only makes the animal immediately […]
  • Autumn at Crystal King Mine

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