Boolcoomatta Scorecard 2006-16 (225kb)
Summary: Recruited mulga continued to thrive across large areas, while bird diversity and abundance plateaued. Rainfall was average with little penetrating rain. Ongoing focus points were managing grazing pressure and erosion. The weed Paterson’s Curse increased, while the extent of African Boxthorn decreased.
Scottsdale Scorecard 2008-12 (95kb)
Summary: There was a consistent improvement in ecosystems, communities and species that they supported, particularly birds. An exception was the Murrumbidgee River, aspects of which we have limited control over. Initial results were encouraging and more ambitious revegetation projects would help address weed and erosion control.
Nardoo Hills Scorecard 2005-15 (500kb)
Summary: Extreme climate conditions affected the region. Since 2005, rainfall was well below average and severe heatwaves (>40°C for several consecutive days) hit over several summers. The impact on two dominant Eucalypt species was apparent. If eucalypts continue to decline it could have a cascading effect. There were positive signs the woodland bird community was being maintained and key weeds reduced.
Eurardy Scorecard 2007-11 (142kb)
Summary: Overall there had been considerable improvement in ecosystems and the communities and species they supported, especially the birds. We had addressed several key threats to biodiversity, but recovery from historical land use was likely to be a slow process given the reserve's location on the northern-most edge of the wheat belt.
Summary: This report covered Beringa, Cherininup Creek, Chingarrup Sanctuary, Monjebup, Monjebup North, Nowanup, Peniup, Red Moort, Yarrabee Wesfarmers and Yarraweyah Falls. Together they covered 10,200 hectares, including around 5,250 hectares of undisturbed bushland. Their importance was highlighted by differences in vegetation occurrence and distribution and also differences in species distribution.
Kojonup Scorecard 2010-14 (445kb)
Summary: Condition of Conservation Targets had improved through ending farming, establishing vegetation in adjacent paddocks, and implementing ongoing weed, fox and rabbit control. A population of Red-tailed Phascogales had been established. A decrease in rainfall since acquisition had lowered water tables.
Carnarvon Scorecard 2009-13 (207kb)
Summary: The condition of grasslands, grassy woodlands and springs had improved or were stable. The impacts of livestock, cultivation and clearing had been removed and feral grazing reduced. Mosaic burning was reducing wildfire risk. Many brigalow patches burnt in 2013 were susceptible to buffel grass and weeds continued to pose a threat.
Edgbaston Scorecard 2010-14 (252kb)
Summary: We had focused on saving the Red-finned Blue-eye and increased occupied springs from four to six. We'll would need to continue this and begin captive breeding. Endemic plants Eriocaulon aloefolium and E. giganteum persisted. Total ground cover and cover of perennial grasses had increased but buffel grass was an ongoing challenge.
Yourka Scorecard 2010-14 (228kb)
Summary: Repair or establishment of tracks, boundary fences, workshop and visitor accommodation has been a focus. Siam weed control and monitoring is ongoing. Fire management aims to modify vegetation structure in the dry forests and woodlands to benefit small birds and other fauna. Re-routing tracks and bank stabilisation has improved billabongs.