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Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute
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WABSI Jul 14
New book a compilation of key findings from 100s of studies about cat management Relevant and timely work by WABSI & partners to unify feral cat control efforts
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WABSI Jul 9
Can our urban areas be a haven for native wildlife? See how WABSI PhD scholarship recipient Bronte Van Helden is investigating conservation values of residential gardens Photo courtesy: Bronte
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Bruce Webber Jul 5
Tom Hatton from providing a thought provoking close to . It's been great to partner with , and a diversity of stakeholders to explore for improving in
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Alison Ritchie Jun 25
The Energy behind the logos - attendees at discusses the opportunities can foster for urban biodiversity, lets move and align to a single objective.
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Bruce Webber Jun 25
Jane Chambers introducing NatureLink at . Come along next week to contribute your views to the & help continue it's engagement on building for
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WABSI Jun 21
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Guy.Boggs Jun 19
Stephen White from presenting on their progressive certification of rehabilitated land. Critical to this is clear completion criteria & long term monitoring to demonstrate success. Great to have worked with on the Completion Criteria framework project.
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Bruce Webber Jun 13
"There is no greater threat to Australia’s mammals in particular, and terrestrial biodiversity in Australia more generally, than the feral cat." Proud to be working with , & others to achieve better outcomes in this space
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Alannah MacTiernan Jun 13
Today we strengthened measures to protect vulnerable and threatened native wildlife by declaring feral cats a pest animal in Western Australia.
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Bruce Webber Jun 13
Feral cats now a declared in WA, opening up new options to improve outcomes. Ideal timing for the research program currently being drafted.
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WABSI Jun 6
Call for abstracts for State NRM & Coastal Conference: Our Coast Our Land, Striving Together
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WABSI Jun 5
Celebrating the power of to achieve better outcomes
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WABSI Jun 4
& nature sensitive urban design for a liveable city. Great to be supporting a collaborative & interactive event, the NatureLink Perth Symposium 4th July. Registrations now open
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WABSI Jun 4
Proud to support initiatives that highlight in urban spaces. Seminar 26-27th June great speakers incl WABSI's An opportunity to share information & reveal knowledge gaps. Registrations open
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WABSI May 22
Collaboration = enhanced biodiversity knowledge
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WABSI May 21
Helping keep the natural world in good health through a collective effort in enhancing scientific knowledge Celebrating International Day for Biological Diversity
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WABSI May 15
Creating new indexes for threatened plants and mammals to better understand our Better knowledge = better decisions.
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WABSI May 12
Our stunning SouthWest and the in this 'Wetland of International Importance'
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Guy.Boggs May 6
A great video on ‘Integrated mine closure good practice’ by ICMM. We are excited to be working on a 10 year Cooperative Research Centre bid that will develop innovative new approaches to successfully close and transition mined land. ⁦
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WABSI Apr 29
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