In partnership with the National Parks & Wildlife Service, Indigenous Protected Areas, Universities and Research and Community Groups to provide immediate habitat and on-going research for threatened species recovery.
In partnership with land managers, NGO's and governments to replenish habitat for threatened species to:
In partnership with farmers, landowners, Landcare locality groups and communities to establish habitat and support wildlife in agricultural and urban environment.
In partnership with Brunswick Valley Landcare - 30 private landholdings across the Byron Shire were provided with a property visit, ecological health check in relation to the ability of the flora to support fauna and a habitat solution was installed appropriate to target species ranging from small, medium and large birds, mammals and reptiles. Landholders are provided with access to wildlife cameras for ongoing monitoring of their their properties and a formal hollow habitat inspection will be conducted within 12 months of installation. Funding for this project was through WIRES Bushfire recovery funding.
In partnership with Brunswick Valley Landcare a larger scale version of V1.0 will be rolled-out across the Shire in stages, commencing 2021, to support even more wildlife including threatened species. Watch this space for more updates.
Brunswick Valley Landcare has commissioned a range of leading artists to paint nest boxes. These will be available for sale to raise funds for the roll-out of Wildlife Safe Havens V2.0 across the Byron Shire, NSW.
This box, created by Mullumbimby artist Samantha Wortelhock, has sold for $3000. breakawayart.com.au
Custom-built timber hollows, together with a range of other hollow options have been installed and monitored as part of a project to better understand the Glossy Black Cockatoos for the Byron Shire Wildlife Safe Havens initiative. This video shows Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos checking-out the hollows
A threatened species dependent on tree hollows for its survival...