Out on our reserves, doing the groundwork means early morning pitfall trapping surveys.
To measure our impact on species recovery we collect ecological data like fauna surveys as a biodiversity indicator. Over time, we can monitor changes across the landscape and understand how the natural systems on each property work and in turn, feed our management strategies.
This Western Pygmy Possum was captured and surveyed on our Fitz-Stirling Reserves, Noongar country, Western Australia during the annual spring fauna survey.
This bushgift supports Bush Heritage’s ecological work out on our reserves across Australia. To find out more about the work we do on the ground, visit our website: BushHeritage.org.au/what-we-do