Fauna flourishing in the Western Suburbs

Our close neighbour, the Cubberla-Witton Catchment Network (CWCN), recently commissioned a report into fauna in Pullenvale Forest Park.

The report was published in December last year and it is gratifying to read about the amazing array of fauna thriving in the park.

Similar to the MCCG, the CWCN strives to restore natural habitats in parks and remnant bushland, protecting and monitoring native flora and fauna populations. 

As the Cubberla-Witton team suggests, we recommend you visit and spend some time in this beautiful area so you can see and hear some of these amazing species yourself!

We extend our thanks to the CWCN for allowing us to share their report.

Pullenvale Forest Park audit Dec 2018 Pullenvale Forest Park audit Dec 2018 (3292 KB)

Pullenvale Forest Park fauna audit - appendix Pullenvale Forest Park fauna audit - appendix (295 KB)

The Sugar Glider is one of many species listed in CWCN's report (photo courtesy of Chris Read):