For many in our community, navigating the last couple of weeks has been challenging. Certainly our family is no different. Thankfully, although there has been a lot unenviable tasks for the NACC NRM team to undertake over the last couple of weeks, our team remains energised and committed to our strategic direction.
Are you learning from home? We have the tools for you! Amid the current spread of COVID-19, many families are being confined to their homes which means learning and staying creative is more important than ever! We have the resources so that you can still explore the diverse native flora and fauna of our region from your own backyard!
Jeremy Brooks is the most recent local farmer to join NACC NRM’s Malleefowl project ‘Gnow or Never’ and this year fenced off 109 hectares of important Malleefowl habitat with even more fencing and revegetation planned for the coming year.
Throughout the year Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes have been conducting baiting and shooting events in order to manage pest numbers in the region and safe guard the future of native protected species who are threatened by feral animals.
Along the West Australian coastline, you can find the Baldchin Groper between Coral Bay and Cape Naturaliste, however they are most abundant around the Abrolhos Islands, 60 kilometres off the coast of Geraldton.
Mapping observations of fungi has always been a core objective of Fungimap. Initially, recorders sent in records by mail, then email, and now there is also an on-line form on the Fungimap website, or recorders can submit records via a spreadsheet.