Walk and talk in Mark Oliphant Conservation Park with ecologists from Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu, members of Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group, ecologists from Nature Conservation Society of South Australia, members of Friends of Mark Oliphant Conservation Park and rangers from National Parks and Wildlife Service SA.
Learn about targeted habitat creation for bandicoots at the Bandicoot Superhighway demonstration revegetation site and hear about the other bandicoot recovery activities happening across the region as part of the Bandicoot Superhighway Project.
The community-led Bandicoot Superhighway Project seeks to reduce the extinction risk of the Endangered (EPBC Act) southern brown bandicoot in the Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia. A steering group with representatives of all project partners helps guide activities throughout of the project.
Partners include: Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu, Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group (SURLG), Nature Conservation Society of SA, University of Adelaide, Green Adelaide and National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia. The project is funded by the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife and the Australian Government.