Welcome to the home of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network.

Strathbogie Ranges CMN

Welcome to the official website of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (SRCMN).

Here you’ll find events, news and local information about conservation in the Strathbogie Shire. If you’d like to get in touch with us, please feel free to send us an email or find us on Facebook.

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Check out this great guide to sustainable and productive land managment

Welcome to the official website of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network (SRCMN)
Here you’ll find events, news and local information about conservation in the Strathbogie Shire. If you’d like to get in touch with us, please feel free to send us an email or find us on Facebook.

Sign up to our Newsletter

Free Guide

Check out this great guide to sustainable and productive land managment

Upcoming Events

Join us at our next event

Past Events

Check out what we've been doing lately

Local Publications

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Useful Links

Some handy links to other sites

Walking Guides

Get out and explore

Upcoming Events

Join us at our next event

Past Projects

Check out what we've been doing lately

Local Publications

Gain some new skills, all for free!

Useful Links

Some handy links to other sites

Walking Guides

Get out and explore

Past Events

Read up on some of our previous events to get a feel for what we do.

Local Blogs

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Wild pollinators in my garden!
    (updated Nov. 19) This is the week of the Wild Pollinator Count, so don’t just stand there … count! That’s just what I did for half an hour last Sunday and look what I found. I only have names for a couple of these insects, but I hope to improve my ID skills by being […]
  • A contrasting pair
    This pair of chestnut teal ducks highlight the inequitable allocation of gorgeous plumage between genders
  • Night View II – Squirrel Glider
    The Squirrel Glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) is one of the many threatened species that inhabits the box-gum woodlands of northern Victoria. It is a larger cousin of the Sugar Glider (P. breviceps) and almost indistinguishable from it to the untrained eye. Perhaps the best feature to distinguish between the species is the fluffiness of the tail […]
  • The Striated Pardalote
    If you listen to the various background bird noises of the Tableland at this time of year you may be lucky enough to hear the the distinctive and constant "wita-witta" of this very pretty and very busy creature.

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Strathbogie Shire calls for end to logging
    MEDIA RELEASE October 17 2018 Strathbogie Shire Council calls for an end to logging and better protection of the Strathbogie Forest  A regional local government Council has joined the call for the Andrews Government to end native forest logging and protect the … Continue reading →
  • New report calls for forest action in Victoria’s Strathbogies
    A new report has recommended protection of the forests of the Strathbogie Ranges in new conservation reserves. The report has been funded by local communities in north-east Victoria frustrated at the lack of action by the Andrews government. Download the … Continue reading →
  • Mount Wombat Walk
  • Protecting the Strathbogie Forest
      A vision for the future The Strathbogie Forest has been ignored for too long. The Victorian Government has the opportunity to capitalize on the strong community support and compelling weight of policy, which underpin the significant benefits of protecting … Continue reading →

Past Events

Read up on some of our previous events to get a feel for what we do.

RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Wild pollinators in my garden!
    (updated Nov. 19) This is the week of the Wild Pollinator Count, so don’t just stand there … count! That’s just what I did for half an hour last Sunday and look what I found. I only have names for a couple of these insects, but I hope to improve my ID skills by being […]
  • A contrasting pair
    This pair of chestnut teal ducks highlight the inequitable allocation of gorgeous plumage between genders

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Strathbogie Shire calls for end to logging
    MEDIA RELEASE October 17 2018 Strathbogie Shire Council calls for an end to logging and better protection of the Strathbogie Forest  A regional local government Council has joined the call for the Andrews Government to end native forest logging and protect the … Continue reading →
  • New report calls for forest action in Victoria’s Strathbogies
    A new report has recommended protection of the forests of the Strathbogie Ranges in new conservation reserves. The report has been funded by local communities in north-east Victoria frustrated at the lack of action by the Andrews government. Download the … Continue reading →