BDBSA Project Metadata Detail

Survey/Project Number: 307          Total No. of Sites: 0
Survey/Project Name: Fox Baiting in Morialta and Blackhill Conservation Parks and Quenda Sanctuary
Abstract: The European red fox (Vulpes vulpes), an elusive introduced species is prevalent in the Morialta and Black Hill Conservation Parks area. Predation by the fox is a major contributing factor to the decline of some native species of bird, reptile, and small mammals. Of particular concern in the Morialta Conservation Park is the decline of the southern brown bandicoot (Isoodon obesulus) population of which fox predation is a known threat. Baiting stations have been established along walking trails and are laid by parks staff and teams of volunteers over a 6 week period for the years 1999/2000/2001. Bait uptake and fox signs are recorded which indicate there are significant numbers present.
 
Start Date: 23/11/1976      End Date: 11/08/1999
Survey Type: Vertebrates only
   
Study Area Description: *** No study area description recorded
Objectives
         Vegetation: *** No vegetation survey objectives recorded
         Fauna: Fox baiting discussion papers for 1999/2000 & 2001 - uptake results, table and maps from baiting stations
Methodology
         Vegetation: *** No vegetation methodology recorded
         Fauna: *** No vertebrate methodology recorded

Data Distribution Rules: Public
Project Basis: Fauna : Distribution - Vegetation/Fauna species (ie ad-hoc opportunistic species records - not usually re-visited) NOTE:NON Std Svy methodology
Information Authority: Department for Environment and Heritage (BDBSA:Adelaide) - Blackhill Office - Regional Ecologist