Threatened Species Research and Recovery
Creating Wildlife Safe Havens
Connecting Wildlife Corridors
Consulting to public and private landholders
Nest boxes and hollows
Building enduring partnerships and consulting widely with a strong research focus
Acting now on behalf of Australia's wildlife with a long-term approach
Wildbnb, in partnership with WWF Australia and the NSW Government's Saving our Species Program, is embarking on an ambitious project for the threatened Glossy Black-Cockatoos across the Northern Rivers NSW.
Find out how to get involved and to be part of the Glossy Squad here.
Yellow-bellied Glider and Greater Glider
Threatened Species recovery
Connecting on-ground works with rescue (WIRES) and rehabilitation (Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital) efforts.
Providing immediate habitat and conducting extensive monitoring efforts to better understand the challenges impacting Yellow-bellied and Greater Gliders.
In partnership with Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital and Brunswick Valley Landcare and funded through the WIRES National grants Program
Greater Glider Bushfire Recovery Project Byron Shire
NEWS FLASH: As part of this project, Greater Gliders have been recorded in the Byron Shire for the first time in 19 years (BioNet Atlas) - a terrific discovery by Locky, Gregor and the team and a boost to the Glider research projects underway across the Northern Rivers.
Providing immediate habitat and conducting extensive monitoring efforts to better understand the challenges impacting Gliders and other arboreal marsupials including Squirrel Gliders and Brush-tailed Phascogale
In partnership with Brunswick Valley Landcare and funded through the Landcare Bushfire Recovery Grant
Arboreal Marsupial Bushfire Recovery Project - Northern Rivers
In 2020-2021 under the Saving our Species program (SoS), the Worldwide Fund for Nature Australia (WWF) funded the post-fire monitoring of arboreal marsupials at Bundjalung National Park, Tabbimobile Swamp Nature Researce, Minyumai IPS and Ngunya Jargoon IPA - all sites were heavily impacted by the fires.
Crossing the Theshholds - NE NSW
Expanding the project (above) in partnership with SoS, WWF, NPWS, Southern Cross University, Minyumai Land Holding Aboriginal Corporation and Jali Local Aboriginal Land Council - more to come on this exciting initiative soon.
Glossies Across the Northern Rivers
Glossy Black-Cockatoo Conservation Strategy Northern Rivers NSW
In partnership with the Worldwide Fund for Nature Australia (WWF-Australia) and the Saving our Species Division (SoS) of the NSW Government.
Glossy Black Cockatoo Conservation Project - Byron Shire
Major funding partners are Brunswick Valley Landcare and Santos Organics through Wildlife Safe Havens.
Glossy Black Cockatoo Conservation Project - Cabarita NSW
Private landholder project near the coast - more to come
Large Forest Owl Conservation Project - Byron Shire
In partnership with Brunswick Valley Landcare and NPWS and funded through Wildlife Safe Havens.
Major funding partner Santos Organics.
Target Species: Powerful, Sooty and Masked Owls
Project includes bioacoustic monitoring using Audio Moths and MALA machine learning
Wildlife Safe Havens - Byron Shire
In partnership with Brunswick Valley Landcare and engaging businesses, community groups and individuals to support wildlife across the Byron Shire
Big Tree / Feed Tree & Hollow Audit
Climbing and documenting the Big Trees and scoping the natural available hollow habitat for Large Forest Owls, Glossy Black Cockatoos and Gliders.
Feed Tree Audit
Documenting Allocasuarina and Casuarina feed trees for Glossy Black Cockatoos across the Northern Rivers, NSW.
Informed by the Big Tree Audit's scan of hollows, the Hunk-of-Trunk nest boxes replicate the most ideal natural hollows for a range of threatened species.
✓ Research-based design, construction, installation and monitoring
✓ Large-scale and rapid response deployment of habitat for regenerating and fire-impacted natural landscapes
✓ Establishing safe and relevant places for wildlife to shelter, hunt, forage and reproduce and to build biodiversity across natural, agricultural, peri-urban and urban environments