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Bandalup Magnesite Project Threatened Flora Survey

  Excelsior Minerals engaged Ecoscape to undertake a targeted Threatened Flora survey of its Bandalup Magnesite Project, east of Ravensthorpe.  This survey was required by Department of Parks and Wildlife due to the high likelihood of Threatened Flora species Acrotriche orbicularis occurring within associated vegetation. The objectives were to map the location and extent of…

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Fauna Management for Rail Camp Demobilisation

  Ecoscape was engaged to undertake fauna trapping and translocation for Northern Quoll inhabiting a Rail Camp that was being demobilised.  The camp was trapped prior to demolition of buildings and monitored using motion cameras for activity over a week long period.  Monitoring continued during building removal for presence of Northern Quoll. No Northern Quoll…

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Targeted Spider Survey at Weld Range

Targeted Spider Survey at Weld Range

April 29, 2016 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Sinosteel Midwest Corporation (SMC) appointed Ecoscape to undertake a targeted survey for conservation significant fauna, in particular for the Shield-back Trapdoor-Spider at the Weld Range Project.  Recent information from the WA Museum has indicated that the taxonomy and systematics of the Shield-back Trapdoor-Spider Idiosoma and related genera of Australian trapdoor spiders has been revised…

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Annual Conservation Significant Fauna Monitoring, Pilbara

  Ecoscape staff have been working with clients in the Pilbara since 2010 conducting vertebrate fauna assessments for both their exploration tenements and operational projects.  With the ongoing approval of their mining projects, detailed monitoring programs have been required and Ecoscape staff have assisted to develop these ongoing conservation significant fauna monitoring programs. In 2015…

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Rutila Rail Flora & Vegetation Surveys, Pilbara

  Ecoscape was engaged to undertake a Level 2 flora and vegetation assessment for a 200 km new railway corridor from Balla Balla near Whim Creek, to the Flinders Mines tenements in the Hamersley Range, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The field survey for this project was undertaken in 2014 and included an…

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Cowcowing Threatened Flora Survey

Cowcowing Threatened Flora Survey

October 14, 2015 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  As part of a clearing application, Aglime of Australia was required to undertake a Threatened Flora survey of part of its mining tenement on Cowcowing Lakes, in the Western Australian Wheatbelt. Ecoscape was engaged to undertake this survey of approximately 7 ha, during which a population of a Western Australian and Commonwealth-listed Threatened Flora…

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Roy Hill Rail Fauna Survey

Roy Hill Rail Fauna Survey

November 21, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Ecoscape, in partnership with Phoenix Environmental Sciences, were engaged by NRW and Samsung to provide fauna survey services necessary to permit vegetation clearing for the construction of the Roy Hill Rail Project in the Pilbara. The Project involved fauna survey to identify where the four species of concern (Northern Quoll; Mulgara; Bilby; Pilbara Olive…

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Rockingham Feral Animal Surveys

Rockingham Feral Animal Surveys

November 21, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Ecoscape was engaged by the City of Rockingham to undertake feral animal surveys to determine feral animal presence and abundance at two sites within the City of Rockingham: Lark Hill and the Rockingham Coastal Reserve. A baseline survey was considered important for the City to determine the effectiveness of management measures either previously taken…

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Western Hub Stage Two Flora & Vegetation Assessments

  The EFF surveys identified 429 vascular flora taxa including seven Priority Flora (three P3 and four P4), one potentially new to science species and 12 introduced species, and 25 vegetation types including one representing the P3 ‘Triodia sp. Robe River assemblages of mesas of the West Pilbara’ Priority Ecological Community (PEC) and two vegetation…

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Biological Survey of Agnew Gold Mine

Biological Survey of Agnew Gold Mine

January 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The survey involved the mapping of vegetation complexes and confirmation of their boundaries. Fauna assemblages were also investigated including lists of species likely to inhabit the region. New GIS maps were produced indicating vegetation community boundaries and significant environmental features for the consideration of future mining activity. Expertise Fauna Surveys | Flora & Vegetation…

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