Cathedral Tree: Remember the Quoll trips?

Here is a very disturbing post from
Jill Redwood, whom many of you will remember from our Quoll hunting trips some years back. This was from work done by the Goongerah Environment Centre. Read and get angry as this is directly related to the damning Victorian Auditor-General's report on DELWP's lack of stewardship of our biodiversity in this state.

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Nest Boxes: We might do this?


You might remember the Sugar Glider nest boxes we installed up in the Lurg Hills a few years back. You might be interested in nest boxes as a way to encourage more abundance and diversity of our local fauna on your property. Or you might be a secret woodworking enthusiast looking for a way to make your hobby have some environmental impact!

Either way, nest boxes and the art of nest-boxing is a highly skilled, species-specific sport. You need to have deep insight into the predator, feeding, breeding and physical attributes of your chosen beneficiary - not to mention a keen appreciation of the solar arc travel during the day and over the course of the seasons.
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