Bringing Back The BirdsDate Added: Wednesday, 21 December 2016
Transforming paddock to bush
In 2010 Peter and Beth Slater made a Tree Change. Coming from a busy world in Perth, they wanted to create a lifestyle where they could slow the pace, farm sustainably and spend time enjoying the
sounds of nature.
Download the pdf to find out more about what the Slaters have done to bring back the birds to their property!
Cutting edge conservationDate Added: Wednesday, 21 December 2016
Using drone technology to monitor revegetation success
It is a glorious afternoon on the South Coast as Peter Banyard from Airborne Maps manoeuvres a drone over the restoring ecosystems at Bush Heritage Australia’s Monjebup reserve.
The drone is capturing high resolution imagery in swathes, along 100m transects. The data it collects will be analysed to determine if drone technology is a new and valuable tool for monitoring the progress of restoration from paddock back to natural vegetation.
Check out the case study below to find out more.