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RSS Strathbogie Natureview

  • SNAP! – Strathbogie Ranges Nature Atlas Project
    Documenting natural history sightings is important and thanks to numerous citizen science platforms, these days it’s easier than ever. If you take photos of plants, animals and fungi, make videos of nocturnal animals, or record frog calls, there’s an app for you. One of the more popular and user-friendly sites for recording images and audio […]
  • Ancient Long-leaved Box – Methuselah in our midst
    This Long-leaved Box (Eucalyptus goniocalyx), or Bundy, in Burnside Lane, Marraweeny (near Strathbogie), may not be quite as old as the son of Enoch, the father of Lamech and the grandfather of Noah -969 yo, according to the Book of Genesis (and Wikipedia), but of the trees deserving the title, this one is certainly up […]
  • A visit to Mt Barranhet
    Also known as Mt Piper, this 827 m peak lies on the eastern margin of the Strathbogie Tableland and is one of the more recognizable and accessible local peaks. Like many peaks in the Strathbogie Forest, Mt Barranhet is forested, so when you reach the top, glimpses of the surrounding landscape have to be discovered […]
  • Microbats Rescue
    Ericka's deft and caring handling of these tiny (very cute) creatures and the skill with which she met their needs was fascinating to watch.

RSS Our Strathbogie Forest

  • Strathbogie Ranges IPA – SOSF recommendations
    Acknowledgment of Country Save Our Strathbogie Forest acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this land. We respect the rich culture and intrinsic connection Traditional Owners have to the land. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging and recognize … Continue reading →
  • Traditional Owners – custodians of the Strathbogie Forest
    It is beyond question that the Strathbogie Forest and the broader ranges have been an existential (material and spiritual) part of indigenous human culture for several tens-of thousands of years. Dispossession and alienation of the landscape inflicted on Traditional Owners, … Continue reading →
  • 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 →