✓ Research-based design, construction, installation and monitoring
✓ Large-scale and rapid response deployment of habitat for fire-damaged natural landscapes
✓ Establishing safe and relevant places for wildlife to shelter, hunt, forage and reproduce across agricultural and urban environments
In partnership with land managers and governments to replenish habitat for threatened species.
The WWF SoS Glider Research Trail supporting wildlife impacted by bushfire.
In partnership with farmers, landowners and communities to establish habitat and support wildlife in agricultural and urban environments.
"Owls-eat-rats-on-macadamia-farms" - research project for biological rodent control
"Box-in-every-backyard" Habitat Hostel project.
We are out in the field supporting wildlife impacted by bush fires.
We'll update this site soon with details of the range of projects underway to support threatened species and to enhance biodiversity.
Check back again soon or feel free to contact us now.
Wildbnb Wildlife Habitat aims to assist one million native creatures, reliant on tree hollows and impacted by bushfire, with a safe place to shelter, hunt, forage and reproduce while the forest recovers.