A success story
As part of the Department of State Growth’s Bruny Main Road upgrade project, seven under-road culverts and associated penguin fences were installed before the 2017/18 Little Penguin Eudyptula minor breeding
season at the Neck colony. As the numbers of returning penguins increased as the breeding season progressed, so did their adoption and use of the culverts, so that by the end of the season in January 2018, very few birds were recorded with cameras along the fence line on the roadside.
Read the full report by Dr Eric Woehler, Peter Vertigan and Regi Broeren of Birdlife Tasmania here.
Inside with Cats is a partnership between Kingborough Council, Ten Lives Cat Centre, Tasmanian Conservation Trust and the Bruny Island Environment Network.
This series of 5 videos introduces six Kingborough cats (along with their humans), who are embracing life on the inside. Inside with Cats is not just about containing cats inside a house, it also explores the various options these owners have used for outdoor enclosures or walking harnesses, and how they keep their cats safe, happy and healthy.
To view the videos go to this link. https://www.kingborough.tas.gov.au/2018/03/inside-with-cats/