Understanding our native wildlife and their habitats is important for our planning for the future. We want to better understand where our native wildlife is and the areas connecting them to pockets of native vegetation to support the development of habitat corridors. These habitat corridors enable wildlife to move more easily between areas and access other populations of their species for mating.
Help shape our planning on habitat corridors! Your feedback will support our wildlife habitat corridor planning that will:
- increase vegetation
- support wildlife
- improve waterways
- contribute to a network of habitat corridors across Knox
Through this research and planning, we aim to identify and provide priority actions for the management, protection and enhancement of habitat corridors across Knox.
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Questionnaire 1 – September 2021
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Questionnaire 2 – October 2021
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Workshops – Late 2021
Have your say
It is Biodiversity Month. This is a great time to celebrate all the native wildlife in our municipality.
We are keen to learn about all your favourite native animals such as birds, mammal, reptile, frog, insect or fish that you see in Knox.
We invite you to participate in a questionnaire on native wildlife in Knox.
The information will be used to support our future habitat corridor planning to manage our urban biodiversity.
Have questions or want to learn more about a project, contact us below: