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REVEGETATION AT ELLENBROOK NATURE RESERVE

On the 17th of July, a group of Biologic employees assisted the Friends of the Western Swamp Tortoise group, DBCA,…

Aug 12, 2021
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Walpole Wilderness BioBlitz

Biologic is very proud to be supporting the inaugural Walpole Wilderness BioBlitz this October. This will be an amazing opportunity…

Aug 09, 2021
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Better Offsets for the Northern Quoll

Researchers from the Nationally funded Threatened Species Recovery Hub have begun an elicitation process with threatened species experts to guide estimates of…

Jul 29, 2021
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Cultural Training at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies – Curtin University.

Over the past few months, Biologic’s staff have participated in three cultural competency training sessions at the Centre of Aboriginal…

Jul 01, 2021
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Extinction Risk of the World’s Skinks

Perth slider or lined skink (Lerista lineata), currently listed as Priority 3 by DBCA and Endangered under the IUCN Red…

Jun 22, 2021
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Biologic at Eurardy Nature Reserve with Bush Heritage Australia

Late last year, Biologic teamed up with Ecologists from Bush Heritage Australia (BHA) to undertake vertebrate fauna monitoring at two…

Feb 15, 2021
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Biologic at Hamelin Station with Bush Heritage Australia

Two zoologists from Biologic Environmental Survey made the 700-kilometre road trip north to assist Bush Heritage Australia with their annual…

Dec 23, 2020
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Biologic at Jirdarup Bushland

Biologic’s fauna teams have again undertaken spring surveys for vertebrate and invertebrate fauna this year at Jirdarup Bushland in Kensington….

Dec 02, 2020
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Evaluating a New Method of Controlling Noxious Algal Blooms in Urban Wetlands

Cyanophyta (blue-green algae, commonly referred to as cyanobacteria) blooms in urban wetlands often indicate nutrient enrichment and ecosystem degradation. Despite…

Nov 19, 2020