Tree hollows and significant habitat trees: new iNat project in our region ready for your contributions

Kate, a long standing member of the Budawang Coast project, from Kangaroo Valley has set up a new project in iNat called "Tree hollows and significant habitat trees".

Its purpose is to record and map the trees so that agencies like councils, when considering development applications or their own property management, and fire services contemplating hazard reduction burns, can look at the map to see if there are trees that need protecting eg by removing debris from their base etc. It can also help land holders manage their own hollow resources sustainably.

It is also a celebration of the beauty of hollows and habitat trees. It is already beautiful to browse!

If you would like to look, or to join it and add observations, it is here:

Posted on 17 October, 2022 03:33 by barv barv


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