This project will positively influence conservation research by contributing to one of Australia’s largest species databases, information gathered is used to guide future management to benefit the species.
Aim: To build on last years project and incorporate several actions that combine to help build the NCMPG membership and participation in Malleefowl protection in and near the Gunduwa region.
- to coordinate and conduct field training for volunteers in Malleefowl monitoring that conforms to best practice as described in the National Malleefowl Monitoring Manual
- monitor 4 North Central Malleefowl Preservation Group malleefowl mound sites
- uploading of all data gathered onto the National Malleefowl Database to contribute to the National Malleefowl Recovery Plan
The national database will provide information back to GRCA on Malleefowl activity. This information can be used by GRCA as one of the environmental indicators of success for all of the activities being undertaken (pest control, revegetation etc)
This will also ensure that NCMPG are in keeping with the National Malleefowl Recovery Plan.
The project will positively influence conservation research by contributing to one of Australia’s largest species databases. Information gathered on the database is used to guide future management to benefit the species.
- OrganisationNorth Central Malleefowl Preservation Group (NCMPG)