Bernouilli Conservation Reserve

Where is it?: Bernoulli Conservation Reserve is south of Cape Jaffa and extends south and south-east for just over 7km.  

Owner: Department of the Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Property summary: Total area 266 hectares. Hundred of Mount Benson – Sections 61, 122-124, 190, 220 and 221

Natural Resources Management Region: Natural Resources South East

History: This reserve was proclaimed on 11 November 1993.

Habitat: This coastal dune area is mostly dominated by Tall Shrubland with Coast Beard-heath (Leucopogon parviflorus), Coast Wattle (Acacia longifolia var. sophorae) and Coast Daisy-bush (Olearia axillaris). 

Total Species Recorded to Date: 42 (non-passerines 21, passerines 21)

Common Species: Musk Duck, Hooded Plover, Superb Fairywren, Singing Honeyeater, Rufous Bristlebird

Less Common Species: Orange-bellied Parrot, Red-capped Plover,  Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, Striated Fieldwren, White-browed Babbler

 

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