Prepared by Patrick and Philip Kenyon – VTIO Victoria 24 September 2010 1.  Habitat Trees Approximately 300+ species of wildlife use tree hollows throughout Australia. Tree hollows are of great importance as they are used as nesting sites, shelters and safe refuges. Hollows can present as a small crack or split to very a large…

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HABITAT CREATION Prepared by Patrick and Philip Kenyon – VTIO Victoria 24 September 2010 Habitat Trees Approximately 300+ species of wildlife use tree hollows throughout Australia. Tree hollows are of great importance as they are used as nesting sites, shelters and safe refuges. Hollows can present as a small crack or split to very a…

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Phil Kenyon – Melbourne University Burnley College “A stitch in time saves nine” “Prune and shape early saves dollars and deaths later.”  “Life Time” v “Tree Time” The average Australian lives for about eighty years. As a species we are conceited, we live on earth, believing we will be here forever, and that we are…

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