Designing a study to improve the survival of Forty-spotted Pardalotes

The Forty-spotted Pardalote is one of Australia’s rarest birds. It’s only found in south-east Tasmania in areas dominated by stands of white gum. While they are primarily under threat from habitat and competition, another challenge that this little bird is facing is in the nest – where the larvae of

Funding announced for Wedge-tailed Eagles research

NRM South is pleased to announce this year’s successful recipients for our Wedge-tailed Eagles research grants program. The Wedge-tailed Eagle Research Fund, administered by NRM South, aims to offset potential impacts to Wedge-tailed Eagles at the Cattle Hill wind farm. Our funding rounds are made available annually and work to

Community update for Bruny cats project – August 21

The first community update for NRM South’s ‘Priority actions for eastern quolls on north Bruny Island’ is now up online. Over the next two years, we’ll be releasing these updates quarterly to keep the community informed about the most recent developments of our work to manage domestic, stray and feral

$3.5 million to tackle statewide weeds projects

The Tasmanian Government and landholders are working in partnership to invest $3.55 million to support 14 landscape-scale projects to tackle invasive weeds across the state in its latest round of the Weeds Action Fund. As part of the government’s Weeds Action Fund the latest Targeted Large Grants round will provide

MEDIA RELEASE: Cat trapping underway in Bruny’s shearwater colonies

An important phase of NRM South’s ‘Priority actions for Eastern Quolls on north Bruny Island’ project has commenced. Feral cat trapping is now underway around the island’s short-tailed shearwater colonies, located on The Bruny Island Neck Game Reserve. Over the next two years, NRM South will be supporting this work

Supporting forests on farms

Expressions of Interest are now open for our Black or Brooker’s gum Forests on Farms Program. This program is providing capacity building and on-ground works support to help production-focussed landholders improve and protect remnant stands of the critically endangered ‘Tasmanian Black Gum and Brookers Gum Forests and Woodlands’ ecological community