In 1926 the TGB Osborn Reserve on Koonamore Station was established by fencing 4km2 of the property to exclude sheep and rabbits, it is one of the earliest fencing projects in the world. Permanent photopoints and quadrats were established to monitor the changes. This project highlights the resilience of the natural landscape once threats are removed.
|History of Koonamore – Location and issues being addressed, fencing||0:14|
|Photopoints- permanent quadrats||1:30|
|History of the project- recording change||2:30|
|Rabbit control impacts and effect on regeneration||3:35|
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