12088: Biodiversity management of Beeliar Regional Park
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
- 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|