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Monitoring and Management

As Australia’s national group of Malleefowl scientists, we offer a range of services that contribute to Malleefowl conservation. These include:

 

• Mound surveys and monitoring, including ground-truthing of LiDAR results
• Development and review of Malleefowl monitoring programs
• Development and review of Malleefowl management plans
• Training events for staff and volunteers
• Education events

 

Our organisation is backed by a highly-skilled team of scientists, with unmatched expertise in Malleefowl ecology, conservation and monitoring techniques, as well as decades of experience in conducting fieldwork across Australia.

 

Please get in touch with us to discuss your plans for Malleefowl monitoring or management.

LATEST NEWS

Below are all the recorded presentations from the 2021 National Malleefowl & WA Threatened Species Forum organised by NACC Opening address – Liz Kington Vision…
BY DAVID KELLETT, RIVERINA LOCAL LAND SERVICES The past six or so months has been quite busy securing funding and working on what direction the…
BY JOE BENSHEMESH NMRT The camera-traps the VMRG placed at 6 sites in 2015 have been producing a bounty of photos, as our team of…

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One of the camera traps set up to monitor a mound captured an unwanted guest, can you spot it? ... See MoreSee Less

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Volunteer Maryann Evetts wrote an article for us about the Malleefowl Muster Ongerup 2021, click the link below to hear how it all went! www.nationalmalleefowl.com.au/malleefowl-muster-ongerup-november-2021/ ... See MoreSee Less

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A 3D image of a Malleefowl mound sent to us by Phil & Janet, volunteers who monitor mounds in SA and are keen conservationists. It's a very interesting way to look at a mound! ... See MoreSee Less

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Temperature check! At 21 seconds you can see one of the malleefowl putting it’s beak in the sand, this is to check the temperature. In an amazing feat, the pair will keep the soil at the same temperature by using their temperature sensitive beaks and adding/removing sand accordingly. Another amazing malleefowl fact!

🎥: David Wells.
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From the Australian Wildlife Conservancy www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mFatB5vgpE ... See MoreSee Less

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This project is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.