What is Landcare Fire Recovery?

Upper Goulburn Landcare Network
Since the devastating Black Saturday bushfires of Feb 2009, the Upper Goulburn Landcare Network has been working with landholders and local communities in the Murrindindi and Mitchell Shires to rebuild and rehabilitate the local environment on private property.
This blog presents some of the stories.
To find out more about our program or to volunteer with one of our projects contact Landcare Coordinator Chris Cobern on 5736 0104.
Or by email on ugrecovery@gbcma.vic.gov.au



Friday, December 14, 2012

Long-nosed Bandicoot video footage


As part of the recent landcare fauna survey weekend on private bushland at Toolangi we captured the following footage of Long-nosed Bandicoots.
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  You can certainly see why they are called Long-nosed Bandicoots.


                     The bandicoots long sharp claws are ideal for digging up grubs and worms.


This female looks like she has a pouch full of young.

3 comments:

philippa said...

Congratulations...very exciting footage
Especially appreciate you breaking it up into small bits with comment

Anonymous said...

Fantastic footage by the UGLN team. This footage is concrete evidence that a population of this species exists and encourages people to take real action to protect them.

Anonymous said...

Terrific photos Chris!