We are installing 60 artificial nesting hollows in areas that have been depleted of hollow-bearing trees, including Big Heath, Bool Lagoon, Glenroy, Hacks Lagoon, Mary Seymour and Penola Conservation Parks.
We’re looking for volunteers to monitor these artificial nest boxes and collect important information about native birds. Surveys will be conducted on a quarterly basis. There’s also the opportunity to carry out some small manual tasks, like attaching wire to help with installation.
This will generate important insights into artificial hollow occupancy and breeding attempts.
This project is supported by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board Grassroots Grants program and is funded by the regional landscape levy.
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