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Wildlife Ecology team return from field work on Christmas Island

11 Sep 2012 | Filed under wildlife ecology

cesar’s Wildlife Ecology team has recently returned from an 8 day field trip trekking through the rainforest on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean. The team sampled invertebrates with pitfall and sticky traps and took environmental samples as part of a new project for the Director of National Parks Australia.Christmas...

A wet night, a platypus and a BBC film crew

10 Sep 2012 | Filed under wildlife ecology

BBC Science contacted cesar earlier this year to see if the wildlife ecology team could assist in the production of a new geological history series. The BBC producers wanted intimate footage of a platypus as an example of Australia’s unique fauna, due to its long term geographical isolation during the...

Footage of Mt Rothwell's endangered native grassland ecosystem

10 Sep 2012 | Filed under genetic insights

As part of of the documentary series 'Secrets of our Living Planet', BBC presenter Chris Packham gets up close to an endangered native grassland ecosystem that is protected at Mt Rothwell, Victoria. The footage features:

Latest issue of PestFacts south-eastern

05 Sep 2012 | Filed under sustainable agriculture

The latest issue of PestFacts south-eastern for 2012 is now available for viewing. PestFacts south-eastern is distributed by cesar as an electronic newsletter. This free service is designed to keep growers and advisers informed about invertebrate pest-related issues as they emerge during the winter growing season.

Managing cesar's impact on the environment

23 Aug 2012 | Filed under company announcements

Caring for the environment is at the heart of what we do for our clients at cesar. In leading by example, we are committed to also taking responsibility for the impact that our staff and operations have on the environment.