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Habitat Ecology

Habitat Ecology is an environmental consultancy that has evolved after 40 years working in the natural resource management and horticultural fields. We are about providing independent environmental and ecological management advice to a range of clients.

Habitat Ecology can support development applications – through providing rigorous flora and fauna assessment of sites, negotiations with state and local government organisations, addressing environmental conditions of planning permits and inputs into development planning processes.

Our aim is to provide quality timely reports for our clients to help them meet their project commitments, whilst balancing a commitment to the sustainability of the environment, the community and our business.

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Our Services

With over 40 years experience in the natural resource management working with, flora and fauna and horticultural fields we are able to assist the public, councils and corporations with their environmental service needs. Please click on the pictures below to find out more about how we can assist you.

Habitat Ecology Latest News

Rail vs Road

A recent article in The Agenewspaper has costed theDoncaster rail line at around 840million …

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The Carbon Tax – My Take On It

It is very interesting that the Carbon Tax is creating so much debate at present. Is this because it is

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NSW Recreation Shooters To Gain Access To National Parks!

The NSW Government is attempting to pass legislation that will enable recreational shooters…

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Kangaroo Cull in ACT

Once again the issue of the culling of our native species hits the headlines. This time in the ACT were…

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What’s Lurking In Your Backyard?

Australia boasts
a diverse range of
unique native animals.

This series looks at the variety of fauna that may be found in the suburban backyard or local reserve and the diversity may be surprising to some people. Each week I will highlight a different species that may be found in and around Melbourne’s backyards, park sand reserves, some may be familiar others less so.

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