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Bruny: a special place

All of Tasmanian’s endemic birds, vibrant wildlife and ecosystems, a dedicated community wedded to 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.

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CONSORT Battery Trial Report

Set on Bruny Island as a neat microcosm of Australia, and with a single electricity cable supplying the research area, the CONSORT Battery Trial researched how ‘prosumers’ could contribute to

Cat management project update July 2019

Great progress continues with the cat management project, with cat numbers declining, new management approaches being trialed, Bruny Farming taking a major role, and support from the University of Tasmania

Tree Hollows – A home to suit every need

Kingborough Council has produced a new brochure, entitled “Tree Hollows – A home to suit every need”. It aims to help people understand the importance of tree hollows and how

BIEN Annual Report 2019

Another great year focusing on Bruny’s unique environment saw: the 2018 Bird Festival fly with over 500 people, laughter, cries of delight and sightings of rare birds the cat management

Cat Projects update Feb 2019

Kaylene Allan – Cat Management Officer, Kingborough Council, reports here on the many and various activities that have been undertaken on Bruny Island since June 2018. Bruny Islanders are invited