Strathbogie Ranges - Nature View

Ecology, landscape and natural history in and around the Strathbogie Ranges, Australia.


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The SRCMN manages several community projects and is always looking to develop more. Past projects can be found on the SRCMN’s archived site. Current projects include:


Wetlands and woodlands project – partnership project with the GBCMA

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New & part-time landholder information days

Every year dozens of properties change hands in the SRCMN area, many by landholders that are new to the district. The SRCMN holds regular half-day events to assist all landholders, particularly new landholders, in coming to grips with land management and nature conservation issues.

Striped Legless Lizards in north-east Victoria – partnership project with Trust for Nature

In 2016 the SRCMN partnered with Trust for Nature to search for the endangered Striped Legless Lizard in north-east Victoria (roughly Benalla, Dookie, Wangaratta districts).

Strathbogie citizen science project

This project will harness the energy, experience and knowledge of volunteers and local experts in an intensive ‘snap-shot’ survey of important biodiversity assets of the Strathbogie State Forest, including – old-growth trees and their hollow-dependent fauna (Powerful Owl, Greater Glider, Yellow-bellied Glider) and cryptic ground-dwelling mammals (Long-nosed Bandicoot, Spot-tailed Quoll, Brush-tailed Phascogale).

Strathbogie forest community campaign

This project is being run by the Strathbogie community, as a sub-committee of the SRCMN. For more information go to Our Strathbogie Forest.

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