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    12088: Biodiversity management of Beeliar Regional Park

    Volunteers watering newly planted seedlings. Courtesy Caroline Minton, Murdoch University.
    Volunteers watering newly planted seedlings. Courtesy Caroline Minton, Murdoch University.

    Beeliar Regional Park nature reserves on the campus of Murdoch University consist of two conservation category wetlands and a Banksia woodland.

    These reserves are regionally important as they provide critical habitat for a range of species including Carnaby's cockatoos, Bandicoots, Rainbow bee-eaters, Oblong tortoises, and Forest red-tailed black cockatoos.

    This project will conserve and improve these habitats by:

    • eradicating weeds
    • revegetating
    • dead-wooding pines
    • fencing vulnerable areas.
    Investment: $ 48 000
    Delivery organisation: Murdoch Environmental Restoration Group
    Project duration: January 2013 - December 2013
    Location: Murdoch University on South Street in Murdoch
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