Mornington Peninsula Bushland Restoration

Conserving biodiversity on Mornington Peninsula


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Bushland regenerator survey

IFFA is carrying out a survey in collaboration with the Victoria NRM Providers Network. We hope •    to identify what is currently in place in regard to ensure correct plant identification in…Continue

Started by Philip Jensen Nov 16, 2012.

Proposed Whaling Protest at Japanese Embassy ,Canberra.some time this month.

If any people are interested in coming with us on a creative, nonviolent protest in attempt to shame the Japanese Government and put a stop the slaughtering of these magnificent creatures.We will be…Continue

Started by mark adams Jan 14, 2012.

Vinca major 4 Replies

To start the ball rolling, anyone who has any thoughts on an efficient, low-off-target method of dealing with the Blue Periwinkle would be welcome to contribute hereThis question comes from the…Continue

Started by Gidja Walker. Last reply by Virginia Carter Nov 29, 2011.

Pteridium esculentum - Austral Bracken. 1 Reply

Darcy Duggan had mentioned that slashing Pteridium esculentum promotes regrowth which is thicker in much the same way that burning promotes it, which I think I've heard from Darcy though Gidja has…Continue

Started by OutBush. Last reply by OutBush Sep 15, 2011.


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Welcome, the purpose of this network is to assist each other with info sharing. Feel free to post photos of something you need identifying, ask a question about anything to do with Bushland Restoration, post a blog on things you've seen around or whats happening at your site, list an event, upload documents, photo's, video's, comment on others questions, queries, statement, what ever you wish. Lets work together and help and support each other in a postive way.… Continue

Created by Kylie Robertson Apr 18, 2010 at 11:45pm. Last updated by Kylie Robertson Jun 18, 2010.

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Frankstons Seagulls Update - GREAT NEWS!

RSPCA, DSE and Frankston City Council are now working together to address Seagull issues in Frankston. This includes investigating and following up on poorly designed and maintained roof top deterrents that have been reported, advising building owners and managers of humane and effective solutions, educating the public about food waste and feeding seagull issues, and waste management issues in the Frankston CAD.

Keep your eye out for local media releases from RSPCA and DSE on these…


Posted by melanie attard on July 30, 2011 at 2:43pm

Feral Control

On Sunday July 6, the third annual dog driven fox hunt was completed in the Drum Drum Alloc.Valley. Southwest M.P. Landcare in conjunction with Jancraft, the SSAA and Field and Game clubs participated in the drive to flush out foxes within the valley. Three foxes were taken yesterday, compared with 14 in 2008 and 10 in 2009. This program forms part of the on-going feral control program which has been running in the Drum Drum Alloc. Valley now for over two years. The program is funded by over 30… Continue

Posted by Rob Nigro on July 5, 2010 at 4:56pm — 1 Comment


The pines trees at Capel Sound have been visited by three yellow-tailed black cockatoos today and yesterdays.
The whole under-storey where pine trees occur was littered with pine cones at different stages of being eaten.
The ground was covered with quite pine leaves broken off by the birds and the area looked as if a cyclone had come through.Must be many a long years since they last visited the foreshore.
norman mckinlay

Posted by NORMAN MCKINLAY on July 1, 2010 at 9:52pm


Working together to restore bushland and retain fauna species, assiting each other with information, ideas, motivation and celebration.



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