Biodiversity means the natural variety of living things, including plants, animals, and fungi. The Shire of Mundaring is in a biodiversity hotspot and residents have lots of options to enjoy nature. There are wildflowers and native animals in our national parks, local walk trails, nature reserves, and bushland on private property.
Different areas or ecosystems will naturally contain a range of species that rely on each other. Even once the landscape has been changed by people and development, biodiversity can be maintained if there are enough connections between natural areas.
There are 10 questions that should take around 10 minutes to answer, and the results will help inform our new Local Biodiversity Strategy. We want to hear from as many residents as possible by 12 July 2020. One lucky participant will be randomly selected to win a $50 Bunnings gift card (must be a Shire resident).