What We Do

Experience and Capability

Having undertaken over 300 surveys for vaious clients throught Australia, Biologic's ecologists in conjunction with Onshore Environmental have extensive experience in the managing and conducting of vertebrate fauna and flora surveys of various size and scope. They have conducted surveys in most regions of the State, with particular expertise in the Kimberley, Pilbara and Murchison regions.

Biologic is capable of undertaking the following:
  • Level 1 Fauna surveys;
  • Level 2 Fauna surveys;
  • Rare species monitoring;
  • Sophisticated habitat modelling and extrapolation;
  • Targeted rare fauna searches; and
  • Habitat mapping and assessments.
In regular contact with staff at the WA Museum and the Department of Environment and Conservation, our ecologists are continually up to date with all new developments in survey techniques and taxonomy.

Species of Conservation Significance

One of the most important outcomes of any fauna survey is in establishing the presence of species of conservation signficance. Many such species are shy and reclusive, whose presence is often difficult to establish without the appropriate field experience and techniques. One of the major strengths of Biologic's personnel is in their previous experience in finding, identifying and monitoring many of these species, including:

  • Northern quoll, Chuditch, Mulgara;
  • Bilby, Quenda, Western Barred Bandicoot;
  • Pilbara leaf-nosed bat, Ghost bat;
  • Marsupial mole;
  • Malleefowl;
  • Pilbara olive python, Carpet Python, Woma;
  • Western spiny-tailed skink;
  • Migratory Waterbirds;
  • Rock Wallaby species;
  • Mala, Burrowing Bettong, Western Brush Wallaby;
  • Western Pebble-mound Mouse, Plains Mouse, Greater Stick-nest Rat;
  • Bush-stone Curlew, Masked Owl, Barking Owl;
  • Ctenotus angusticeps, Airlie Island Skink;
  • Short Range Endemics (particularly Mygalomorph spiders); and
  • Black Cockatoo Species.