Citizen Scientist Project Report

Jane Lambert’s recently completed Masters of Environmental Management Report with the UNSW Institute of Environmental Studies
‘Citizen Science for Flora and Fauna Conservation: Enduring Success‘,
based on the Popes Glen Citizen Scientist Project is now available.
Follow the link to read more:
Citizen Science – Popes Glen, Blue Mountains. Jane Read more

Dingo Cam

What we know is that dingoes play a very important role in protecting native species from foxes and cats in the desert. We expect the situation could be similar in the forests of the GBMWHA. Thus, we need to invest more time and energy into learning about dingoes and dingo ecology.   Read more

Your environment levy at work

Did you see “Your Environment Levy at Work’ from the Blue Mountains City Council?

If you didn’t you can download it here.

BMCC Env levy



Colong Foundation for Wilderness latest E-News (10) is out now

Colong e-news No. 10        22nd May 2014

Jim Somerville A.M.

Jim Somerville has died at the age of 97, just before his last conservation campaign, a walking track around Narrabeen Lagoon was completed. We will miss Jim’s calm presence, good cheer and the savvy that comes from years of experience.

It was only last Read more

Dingo Research in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area – Volunteers Needed

I’m conducting my PhD research on the behavioural ecology of dingoes and dingo induced trophic cascades in the GBMWHA National Parks and I always need volunteers.
The research will be looking at the effects that dingoes have on other species in the GBMWHA with a particular focus on predator interactions. This field trip will consist Read more