Private native forestry advisory notes
The Office of Environment and Heritage has prepared a series of advisory notes to help landowners and forestry contractors apply the requirements of the recently introduced Code of Practice for harvesting in private native forests. These notes provide information on threatened species, cultural heritage and biodiversity, consistent with the requirements of the code.
They are downloadable below in PDF format which requires Acrobat reader.
Advisory note 1: Hollow bearing trees (07353hollowtrees.pdf, 220 kb)
Advisory note 2: Glossy black-cockatoo (07354gbcockatoo.pdf, 270 kb)
Advisory note 3: Yellow-bellied glider (07355ybglider.pdf, 207 kb)
Advisory note 4: Nectar feed trees (07356nectartrees.pdf, 218 kb)
Advisory note 5: Fleshy fruits (07357fleshyfruits.pdf, 286 kb)
Advisory note 6: Roost and nest trees (07358roostnesttrees.pdf, 252 kb)
Advisory note 7: Bat roosts (07359batroosts.pdf, 203 kb)
Advisory note 8: Flying-fox camps (07360flyfoxcamps.pdf, 430 kb)
Advisory note 9: Koala habitat (07361koalahabitat.pdf, 417 kb)
Advisory note 10: Old growth forests (07362oldgrowth.pdf, 392 kb)
Advisory note 11: Cultural heritage (07363cultheritage.pdf, 229 kb)
Advisory note 12: Biodiversity (07364biodiversity.pdf, 183 kb)
Advisory note 13: Threatened species conservation (07365threatspeccon.pdf, 426 kb)
Advisory note 14: Threatened species recovery plans (07366threatspecrecplans.pdf, 247 kb)
Advisory note 15: Spotted-tail quoll (07367spottailquoll.pdf, 203 kb)
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Page last updated: 09 November 2012