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Ecosystems, Land Management, Projects

At Jingeri we believe it is vital to our ongoing landscape management planning, that we monitor the biodiversity on the farm over the long term. In order to achieve this we have established remote camera sites around the property which allow us to capture images and video of wildlife communities in real time. This information can then be shared with our project partners and uploaded into publically available data bases. Information sharing is key to successful outcomes for both farm production and biodiversity conservation.

Koala and baby_Sept 2013

Phascolarctos cinereus. This photo was taken in September 2013. It shows us that not only do we have koalas in residence but that they are breeding successfully as well.

Macropus parryi, also known as the "Pretty face"  wallaby due to their beautiful makings

Macropus parryi, also known as the “Pretty face” wallaby due to their beautiful makings

Using remote sensing cameras is the most cost and time efficient way to record biodiversity which are nocturnal - such as the long nosed potoroo.
Using remote sensing cameras is the most cost and time efficient way to record biodiversity which are nocturnal – such as the long nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus tridactylus).

 

 

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