Connecting native habitat across landscapes is a key goal in all biodiversity conservation projects and it’s no different in the Strathbogie Ranges region. Habitat corridors within the Ranges are important, as are connections between the Ranges and other parts of Victoria, particularly Central Victoria to the west and the Goulburn-Broken Plains to the north.
The Strathbogie Ranges CMN is currently developing plans and priorities that will help focus our support of local and regional biolinks projects.
You can read posts relating to biolinks here.
Two published documents relevant to landscape planning are:
Conservation Plan for the Strathbogie Landscape Zone (1.7 MB)
Conservation Plan for the Hughes Creek Landscape Zone (2.4 MB)