Interested in working at the cutting edge of wildlife management? Do we have the job for you! Working up to 38 hours a week, the position will responsible for the […]
Mark the date: Saturday October 14th, 3pm at the Adventure Bay Hall As usual, we will be seeking nomination for the office bearers. This year, our inaugural Convenor, the redoubtable […]
Bruny Island was selected under the Australian Government Threatened Species Strategy – 2015/2016 as one of five Australian islands to progress feral cat eradication, in recognition of the potential threat […]
Greetings folks, I am putting down some thoughts on environmental matters from the perspective of being here in Reddish Vale in Greater Manchester half the year and Bruny for the […]
Tasmania’s Bruny Island community is forging ahead with a world-leading trial of battery storage this weekend.The new system will allow thirty-five residential customers to create a “virtual power plant”, that […]
Why undertake this survey? Knowledge about the status and trends of the world’s remaining wetlands is very patchy and limited. To improve this knowledge, and so as to better inform […]
Neck Campground, Bruny Island, 6th May 2017, 11am-2pm Over the past 6 months Bruny Island landholders have been collecting valuable scientific data about native and feral species from all parts of […]
Huon Aquaculture announced an intended extension of their salmon farming lease off Trumpeter Bay. This is in addition to both of the other large aquaculture players – Tassal and Petuna, […]
BIEN has partly funded communications on Bruny Island for the Kingborough Council Cat Management ByLaw implementation. Kaylene Allen from the Kingborough Council has detailed the measures underway.
Bird Festival Our flagship event is the Bruny Island Bird Festival. The next Festival will be held 19 – 22 October 2018. See our dedicated webpage here.