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RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • Fabulous Phascogales
    Phascogales, aka Tuans, are notoriously shy and difficult to observe in the wild. Not only are they almost always on the move, they have quite large home ranges (from 20-30 ha up to 100 ha), so they are thin on the ground anyway. And traditional spotlighting with a white light can scare them off pretty […]
  • Border skirmishes & hot feet
    Common Wombats (Vombatus ursinus) are just fantastic creatures. Sure, they can be a nuisance, but anyone that has come to know a wombat, or even raised one, knows how easy it is to fall in love with them. And, though persecuted by humans across large parts of their range, they are amazingly adaptable and resilient. […]
  • Frosts Crossing, Warby – Ovens NP
    Enjoyment of the forest offerings such as the river itself, billabongs and enormous trees make for a rich bushland experience.
  • On a clear day …
    The Strathbogie Ranges aren’t particularly high mountains, the highest peak barely tops 1000 m, yet views of the surrounding regions are varied and sometimes surprising. On a clear day … you can see from the Strathbogie Tableland to the Tallarook Plateau – half-way to Melbourne, a distance of more than 60 km! … you can […]

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Are we there yet?
    Just like the long car trips of our youth, when the answer always seemed to be ‘not far now – just a little further’, that’s often how it’s felt during the last eight years of advocating for better management of … Continue reading →
  • The forest campaign – in pictures
    This story was initially produced as a photobook for personal use, to document the journey and enormous community effort that went into gaining protection for the Strathbogie Forest. But now that it’s done (the book), it seems a shame not … Continue reading →
  • Strathbogie Forest says ‘Thank You’
  • Victoria’s native forest industry – the numbers just don’t stack-up
    Victoria’s ‘forest industry’ is a multi-billion dollar industry that is currently thriving and looking to expand. Yet, some politicians and commentators seem to delight in declaring that thousands of jobs will be lost, that entire towns will shut down, that … Continue reading →