Arboreal Fauna Surveys
Ironbark Environmental Arboriculture can provide skilled and experienced arborists who are able to undertake arboreal fauna surveying to meet the needs of your project.
Inspection of hollows and nest boxes to determine occupancy.
Installation of camera traps and video surveillance in trees.
Use of an endoscope to photograph fauna within hollows.
Collection of data, such as dimensions of hollows, scats, hair and feather samples.
Harris, G.J., Mifsud, B.M. & Gillespie, G.R. (2014) Observations of Spencer’s Skink Pseudemoia spenceri from within the high canopy of an overmature Mountain Ash Eucalyptus regnans. The Victorian Naturalist, vol, 131, pp.24-27.
Yusah, K.M., Fayle, T. M., Harris, G.J. & Foster, W.A. (2012) Optimizing diversity assessment protocols for high canopy ants in tropical rain forest. Biotropica, vol. 44, pp.73 - 81.