all of Tasmanian’s endemic birds, vibrant wildlife and ecosystems, a dedicated community wedded to the idea of sustainability and a simply stunning range of beautiful environments: from dizzying sea cliffs to gentle woodlands – a place to protect for future generations of all life.
The Bruny Island Environment Network Inc. was established in January, 2009. We are a network of individuals and groups with an interest in the conservation of the natural resources and biodiversity of Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.
Exciting progress is continuing with reducing the impacts of cats in Bruny Island. This latest update includes these highlights: 40 cats (23 feral and 17
It’s nesting time again and the 40-spots need our help! BIEN, in partnership with the Forty-spotted pardalote Recovery Team is having a workshop for positive
Implementation of the Bruny Island Cat By-law continues, with most known cat owners helping to prevent: predation of native animals spread of disease to domestic
A Community Forum on Dec 5th at Dennes Point provided information on the research and cat management activities planned for the next two years and
Come along to another forum on Bruny’s water supply and the impact water supply may have on the Adventure Bay aquifer. TasWater, along with BICA,
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
Amongst the towering white gums on Inala, Bruny Land for Wildlife owners saw, heard and learnt about the cryptic Forty-spotted pardalotes from Dr Sally Bryant