Thinking about a Community Biodiversity Survey and unsure where to begin? EnviroKey can help you with a wide range of biodiversity expertise.
From your new home to major development projects, our expertise and service will guide you through the process.
|For Landcare & Community Groups|
Is your group interested in learning more about it's local biodiversity? Maybe, your group has a specific project in mind, but you are not sure how to implement it? Perhaps you are looking to securing funding for a project?
EnviroKey provides assistance to Landcare & Community Groups includ ing the preparation of funding applications, and expert ecological advice. We also incorporate inkind contributions into any funding application that we are involved with, which could provide your group with greater chance of funding success.
EnviroKey also has extensive experience in engaging local communities by providing them with an understanding of the regions biodiversity at community-focuse d field days and workshops. Many of these events are attended by 50 or more people with audiences ranging from small children to seniors.
EnviroKey also has extensive experience in Community Biodiversity Surveys. These surveys are an important, and fun way of engaging local communities and community groups in biodiversity, as well as learning about the biodiversity of your local area. Recently, the EnviroKey team completed a Community Biodiversity Survey at Panboola, near Pambula on the NSW South Coast. Panboola comprises a series of diverse estuarine and freshwater wetlands on a river floodplain, and the objective of this study was to fill existing knowledge gaps. Until this study, little was known of the with regard to reptiles, mammals and microchiropteran bats that occur at Panboola. Our study identified nine mammal species, six reptile species and 12 bat species. Five fauna species listed as threatened under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 or the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 were also recorded. The full report can be downloaded HERE.
Microhabitat Field Day
Steve Sass has long supported community groups and with his passion of using artifical products to enhance microhabitat, Steve was involved in establishing a demonstration site to show interested landholders within the Far South Coast Conservation Management Network how easy is was to incorporate common building products into onground microhabitat for fauna. To learn more, click HERE.