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Strathbogie Citizen Science

The Strathbogie Forest is an island habitat for forest-dependent fauna. Though it faces a number of challenges (feral species, fragmentation, climate change) it represents critical habitat for numerous species in the Strathbogie Ranges. Our 2017 pilot project (Strathbogie Forest Citizen Science project 2016CVA064) confirmed the presence of several threatened and iconic species in the forest…

Bogies and Beyond

Looking at climate change in the Strathbogie Ranges with groundwater monitoring and tree health surveys The Bogies and Beyond Project was created by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority to answer a single question: How can we measure the effects of climate change withing the Strathbogie Ranges? Over the course of 3 workshops, experts and…

Stop Mynas Strathbogie

Common Myna Control Project for the Strathbogie Ranges In 2017, Bogies and Beyond was created by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority as a means of monitoring the effects of climate change within the Strathbogie Ranges. The Stop Mynas Strathbogie project was launched in 2019 as a part of the Bogies and Beyond Tree Storey…

Strathbogie groundwater project

One of the most important natural resources in the Strathbogie Ranges is accessible, good quality and plentiful groundwater. Many of us rely on groundwater to fill dams and tanks and it’s critical for maintaining the health of our creeks and wetlands. The importance of groundwater in the Strathbogies was highlighted by the Millenium Drought, when…