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  1. Data provider: Cassowary Habitat Connections - Foreshore to Forest - Repairing the Link 2

    The project will increase the area and condition of vegetation linkage from the foreshore to the Lowland Rainforest enabling the Southern Cassowary to safely transverse the area to forage for seasonal fruits and interbreed. The weed control and revegetation of foreshore, coastal wetland, littoral and lowland rainforest areas will contribute to the ongoing health of the ecosystems.

  2. Data provider: Environment Restoration - Johnstone River Cassowary Corridor Enhancement 3

    The project aims to restore and enhance the aquatic ecosystem along the Johnstone River in Innisfail. Project activities will help to enhance and restore the endangered lowland riparian vegetation along the river, which is also habitat to the EPBC threatened Southern Cassowary.

  3. Data provider: Environment Restoration - Johnstone River Cassowary Corridor Enhancement 1

    The project aims to restore and enhance the aquatic ecosystem along the Johnstone River in Innisfail. Project activities will help to enhance and restore the endangered lowland riparian vegetation along the river, which is also habitat to the EPBC threatened Southern Cassowary.

  4. Data provider: Rehabilitation of two important cassowary corridors in the Mission Beach area – Project 2

    This project will protect, increase the area of, and improve the condition and connectivity of essential habitat and corridors for the endangered cassowary on public and private land with conservation agreements. The project will remove and control invasive weeds and replant native plant species in the disturbed and cleared areas. The Green Army team will learn procedures for seed-collection, plant propagation, weed identification, weed control and tree-planting by experienced land managers...

  5. Data resource: Cassowary Habitat Connections - Foreshore to Forest - Repairing the Link 3

    The project will increase the area and condition of vegetation linkage from the foreshore to the Lowland Rainforest enabling the Southern Cassowary to safely transverse the area to forage for seasonal fruits and interbreed. The weed control and revegetation of foreshore, coastal wetland, littoral and lowland rainforest areas will contribute to the ongoing health of the ecosystems.

  6. Data resource: Environment Restoration - Johnstone River Cassowary Corridor Enhancement 4

    The project aims to restore and enhance the aquatic ecosystem along the Johnstone River in Innisfail. Project activities will help to enhance and restore the endangered lowland riparian vegetation along the river, which is also habitat to the EPBC threatened Southern Cassowary.

  7. Data resource: Rehabilitation of two important Cassowary Corridors in the Mission Beach area – Project 1

    This project will protect, increase the area of, and improve the condition and connectivity of essential habitat and corridors for the endangered cassowary on public and private land with conservation agreements. The project will remove and control invasive weeds and replant native plant species in the disturbed and cleared areas. The Green Army team will learn procedures for seed-collection, plant propagation, weed identification, weed control and tree-planting by experienced land managers...

  8. Site Page: Making Tracks to the Atlas: From OzTrack to ZoaTrack – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 21st September 2015 From big Crocodiles in Cape York to Little Penguins in and around St Kilda, the biodiversity projects that incorporate tracking devices are providing highly valuable data on the whereabouts of wildlife on-the-move. ZoaTrack researcher Hamish Campbell sends a turtle back to the wild with a tracking device attached to the shell...

  9. Site Page: Atlas of Living Australia – making field guides accessible – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 12th December 2012   The Atlas of Living Australia now has over 35 million records on Australian species freely and openly available through their website. What is not commonly known is that all the capabilities behind the delivery and visualisation of these records are also freely available via open “web services...

  10. Site Page: The path of the emu: mapping 6,000 years of emu movement – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 17th June 2021 By Julia Ryeland, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University Emus are iconic. They join Kangaroos on the Australian coat of arms and are an essential part of any visit to the outback. They are also among the last of the Australia’s giant animals, or megafauna, giving us a window on Australia’s past giants...