Heath Mouse

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23 Jun 2017 Creating a highway of a different kind: connecting our patches of remnant woodland

Students from Millicent High School and Newbery Park Primary School have started to transform the Honan to Woolwash wildlife corridor into what might one day become a 'bandicoot highway'! [caption id="attachment_27827" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Millicent High School students listening to planting instructions[/caption] The ForestrySA Biodiversity Corridor School Program’s aim...

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28 Jun 2016 Regional Action Plan workshops – great team work across the South East!

Natural Resources South East and Nature Glenelg Trust joined forces over the last 7 months to roll out a number of community workshops as part of the Restoring Under-represented Ecological Communities project (RUEC). The aim of the workshops was to seek input and engage with the community, landholders...

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02 Mar 2016 Answering the riddle of the Heath Mouse photo…

Late last year, I shared a photo of a Heath Mouse, from the spring 2015 survey in the South East of SA. Here it is to refresh your memory: [caption id="attachment_14082" align="aligncenter" width="553"] The Heath Mouse (Pseudomys shortridgei)[/caption] Did anyone work out the unique mark on this...

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