April 9, 2018

REP Project Updates – Weekly Newsletter 3

Community Meeting Thank you to everyone who attended the REP Meeting on Thursday evening at the Community Hall. If you could not make it, or would like to see a copy of the presentation (with audio) please click here We had some great discussion and questions and hope we had some clear take away information; we look forward to working with you all over the […]
April 9, 2018

REP Project Updates – Weekly Newsletter 4

Marine Edition How will the REP affect the fish? In this edition we would like to explore the impact of the REP on marine life on Lord Howe Island. Safety of the marine environment is a very important component of the REP. There have been more than 490 species of fish recorded in the region and 433 species of fish […]
April 10, 2018

REP Project Updates – Weekly Newsletter 5

Another Conservation Success for Lord Howe Island  On Wednesday the 7th of March 2018 the Lord Howe Island Board’s Environmental unit undertook the final monitoring survey for African Big Headed Ants (ABhA) at previously infested sites on the island. There have now been no ABhA detected anywhere on the island since 2015. This is a fantastic result as we are […]
April 10, 2018

REP Project Updates – Weekly Newsletter 6

Will a revised methodology jeopardise the success of the REP? The decision to delay implementation until 2019 was announced in the Householder last week (20/02/2018), but what does the revised methodology really mean? Without the APVMA licence in hand and not knowing what the approval conditions might be, we were unable to plan the final logistics to implement the baiting […]
May 2, 2018

Providence Petrels on Lord Howe Island

May 28, 2018

Zoo’s Victoria Visit to Lord Howe Island

May 29, 2018

Reef Fish behaviour towards placebo bait pellets on Lord Howe Island

August 26, 2018

Lord Howe Island Conservation Volunteers Seabird Survey – Providence Petrel