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Malleefowl

PROJECTS

Although the NMRT is involved in all aspects of Malleefowl preservation including monitoring, data collection, training volunteers, habitat protection and community education, there are two key projects that help us achieve our goals in implementing the National Recovery Plan.

 

These are The National Database and The Adaptive Management Predator Experiment .

National Database

The National Database houses all of the information collected on Malleefowl mound activity since 1987. It is an incredibly powerful tool for analysing mound use over the years, although its main function is to track trends in Malleefowl population.

AM Project

The Adaptive Management Predator Experiment project continues to be the largest predator control experiment in Australia. It is aimed at understanding the impacts of fox baiting in Malleefowl habitat and how this effects the populations.

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PROJECTS

Although the NMRT is involved in all aspects of Malleefowl preservation including monitoring, data collection, training volunteers, habitat protection and community education, there are two key projects that help us achieve our goals in implementing the National Recovery Plan.

These are The National Database and The Adaptive Management Predator Experiment .

National Database

The National Database houses all of the information collected on Malleefowl mound activity since 1987. It is an incredibly powerful tool for analysing mound use over the years, although its main function is to track trends in Malleefowl population.

Adaptive Managment Project

The Adaptive Management Predator Experiment project continues to be the largest predator control experiment in Australia. It is aimed at understanding the impacts of fox baiting in Malleefowl habitat and how this effects the populations.

“The Adaptive Management Predator Experiment project continues to be the largest predator control experiment in Australia.”

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