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Gliding possums

2016 Glideways Symposium Proceedings


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Gliding Possums Ecology and Management
- Professor Ross Goldingay. 

Species of Gliding Possums, their conservation status and how to restore habitat based on their food, housing and landscape connectivity requirements. 

 
 Ross's presentation

Ross's presentation

 

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Squirrel Gliders in Agricultural Landscapes
- Dr Mason Crane

Squirrel Glider studies from the slopes of southwest NSW provide widely applicable information for glider habitat conservation in fragmented environments. 

 
 Mason's presentation (1)

Mason's presentation (1)

 Mason's presentation (2)

Mason's presentation (2)

 

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Research to inform management and restoration works for Squirrel Gliders
- Dr Kylie Soanes

How we can monitor and learn about gliders and the effectiveness of our conservation efforts. 

 
 Dr Soanes Presentation

Dr Soanes Presentation

 

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Keeping gliders surviving in an urbanizing landscape
- Sam Niedra

Albury Conservation Company's work in conserving Squirrel Gliders in Thurgoona/Wirlinga area, in the urban growth corridor of Albury, near the freeway bypass.  

 
 Sam's presentation

Sam's presentation

 

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Glideways Kanagra to Wyangala
- Mary Bonet

Restoring Glideways is a project focusing on glider conservation and awareness across theK2W Link, part of the Great Eastern Ranges. The teaching package Wildlife Corridors for Kids was developed as part of this project. 

 
 Mary's presentation

Mary's presentation

 

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Nest boxes in the Lurg Hills - what have we learned?
Ray Thomas

Lessons from the Regent Honeyeater Project – 20 years of nest boxing. The combination of corridors and nest boxes have provided opportunities for populations to grow and disperse and also opportunities to study habitat preferences.

 
 Ray's presentation

Ray's presentation

 

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Lambing Gully Road Project
- Janet Hagen

The creation of a corridor link and nest box installation along Lambing Gully Road near Seymour, a part of the wider Granites to Goulburn Biolinks Project by the Strathbogie Ranges CMN with Whiteheads Creek Landcare Group.

 
 Janet's presentation

Janet's presentation

 

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Protecting and enhancing woodland habitat in Victoria’s central west
- John Boadle

Kara Kara CMN are undertaking projects for many species, including the creation of habitat and corridor links for Sugar Gliders in the Kara Kara area.

 
 John's presentation

John's presentation