Bushland and Biodiversity
The flora and fauna of Mosman are among the major attractions of the area. A comprehensive flora and fauna survey of Mosman’s bushland areas, undertaken as part of Council’s Bushland Management Review, identified 430 species of flora and 221 species of fauna in Mosman.
Council’s Open Space Team manages bushland sites using best practice guidelines aimed at creating natural, highly diverse sustainable areas.
Comprehensive flora and fauna survey of Council’s bushland areas including selected unmade road reserves.
Council has created several species specific “Habitat Stag Trees” and terrestrial habitat areas in dead trees.
What to do if you find an injured or orphaned native animal, and how to assist animal rescue efforts.
Fire management is important as Council has statutory responsibilities in relation to fire hazard reduction.
Here are ten things you can do to improve the biodiversity of Mosman.
The Urban Forest is defined as the totality of trees and shrubs on all public and private land in and around urban areas.