South east environment webinar series

The South East Environment Webinar Series was held during Biodiversity Month to celebrate the incredible work being done to protect and enhance biodiversity in the South East Region.

The humid eucalypt forests of NSW are internationally unique.

If you missed out on watching the series live and hearing from our team and partners about their fascinating projects and research, you can now watch the webinar series on demand.

Biodiversity Conservation Trust field day

What is the Biodiversity Conservation Trust and how do they work in the South East?

Discover what the Biodiversity Conservation Trust does to conserve private land in South East NSW. This presentation provides an overview of the Trust's current programs, including the work to protect koala habitat as well as the work being done in partnership with Landcare.

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Green and Golden Bell Frog

Guardians of the green and golden bell frogs

A little over 10 years ago, green and golden bell frogs were recorded in the thousands around Nowra across the Crookhaven floodplain. Data over the last 9 years has shown the numbers and distribution of frogs in this population have crashed. Local Nowra residents and enthusiastic Citizen Scientists are being called in to help save the population. Find out how you can help.

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Scarlet Robin

Saving the scarlet robin

Learn about The Save Our Scarlet Robin Project and its success in engaging landholders to protect native vegetation and undertake revegetation to specifically support woodland birds, including the scarlet robin.

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Tallaganda Forest

The Tallaganda Forest Recovery Story

In November 2019, Tallaganda Forest, close to Queanbeyan, was heavily burnt by bushfires. There were grave concerns that the greater glider and spotted-tailed quoll population was badly affected. Join this webinar to discover the hopeful story about the recovery of the forest 2 years on.

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Threatened Eucalypts

The story of 3 eucalypts

Senior Ecologist Gen Wright tells us the story of 3 threatened eucalypt species from the South East including the Mongarlowe Mallee. She shares the range of innovative methods being used to research them. Over the years, Gen has adapted these research methods in the face of multiple challenges, including bushfire and pest management.

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Nadgee Nature Reserve

Nadgee Nature Reserve bounces back after bushfires

Nadgee Nature Reserve is a rare example of a coastal wilderness area in New South Wales.

Learn about the post-fire recovery of threatened species, including the ground parrot and eastern bristlebird, in this unique reserve bursting with cultural and biodiversity values.

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Fire regrowth, Kosciuszko National Park

Managing coastal waterways after the 2019–20 Black Summer Bushfires

The NSW south coast was particularly hard hit by the 2019–20 Black Summer bushfires, with 47 estuary catchments burnt. These bushfires were followed by a series of rainfall and flood events that washed sediment, ash and debris into waterways before vegetation cover was re-established. This webinar provides an overview of:

  • the bushfire impacts, initial concerns and response actions by Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Bega Councils with support from agency partners and NSW government funding
  • some of the projects initiated to aid waterway recovery and build future resilience
  • the lessons learnt along the way for future bushfire response and recovery.

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