Tjurabalan Native Title Lands including Paruku IPA – Identifying and protecting threatened species
The project is explicitly aimed at involving Traditional Owners in knowledge sharing and land management for the benefit of the threatened species found on Tjurabalan Lands, including the Paruku IPA.
The project aims to help Indigenous Rangers identify and protect specific areas of critical habitat / high conservation value for the Bilby, Night Parrot and other CWR mammals. On ground activities will include native and feral animal survey, management of key threatening processes such as reducing the number of feral cats and foxes, mosaic burning to improve fire regimes and buffer burning to protect key habitat. The project will also aim to share knowledge and bring stakeholders together to collaborate on best management approaches for threatened species and to ensure environmentally and economically sustainable outcomes.
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