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Caring mums

Parental care is uncommon among reptiles, except in crocodilians (crocodiles, alligators, caimans and the gharial). In most crocodilian species, adults provide some level of parental care, which can range from guarding nests to looking after the young, in some cases up to several years after hatching. One of the consistent features in crocodilian parental care […]



Plan for Black Cockatoos

All three WA species of black cockatoos- Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris), Baudin’s Black Cockatoo (C. baudinii) and the Forest Red-tailed Black Cockatoo (C. banksii naso) – are listed as threatened under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The federal Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPAC) has released the final […]



Invasives have a good side too!

Throughout the world, many invasive plants have adverse affects on native species and their habitats. Among the most aggressive invaders is European Gorse (Ulex europaeus), which forms large impenetrable stands that reduce access by grazing animals, modify native ecosystems, and out-compete trees in regenerating forests. Gorse was introduced into Australia during the early 1800s as […]



Supervisor Training

Biologic’s senior team members have undergone Section 44 Supervisor training at the National Corporate Training Center. The training included units of competency in leadership in the workplace, supervision of on-site operations, communicating information, conducting safety and health investigations and applying risk management processes. The completion of these units allows full compliance with requirements of the […]