Threatened species conservation
Saving Our Species Scarlet Robin Project funded from South East LLS, to deliver 6 community awareness raising events within the Burra target area, with the focus of improving community recognition of eight Saving our Species Landscape Scale threatened woodland birds, and their habitat requirements.
The project involves yearly bird ID sessions and walks at Little Burra Estate and Wandiyali.
Grassy Woodland Connectivity Enhancement revegetation project grant funded by the Commonwealth Department of the Environment and Energy 20 Million Trees program, to deliver large scale revegetation (over 87 ha) on rural land.
This project will improve the condition of critically endangered Box Gum Grassy Woodlands, provide regeneration of poorly regenerating plant species, provide habitat for threatened fauna and improve connectivity between patches of woodlands and fauna habitat.
The project is a collaboration between Molonglo Catchment Group, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council, Local Land Services, Wandiyali Restoration Trust, private landholders and Queanbeyan and Jerrabomberra Landcare.
Woodlands that will be regenerated, South of Queanbeyan