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Northern Rivers Fire and Biodiversity Consortium

Bell Miner Associated Dieback Best Practice Project

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Evaluate the success of control methods to restore BMAD affected forest.

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Citizen ScienceBirdsEcology & EnvironmentEducationbmad affected forestaustralialandholdersbell miner associated dieback (bmad)tree health across the northern rivers region of new south walesdatalocations of native bell miner coloniesgondwana world heritage
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Bell Miner Associated Dieback (BMAD) has the potential to undermine Gondwana World Heritage values through diminished tree health across the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. We’re asking the community to report the locations of native Bell Miner colonies and BMAD affected forest. BMAD affected landholders can delve deeper and provide other important data to help our work.

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Languages: English

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