Category Archives: Threatened Species

Thermal properties of chainsaw carved wildlife cavities

Graph showing internal temperature of carved hollows compared to nest boxes and natural hollows (from Griffiths et al. 2019)
Graph showing internal temperature of carved hollows compared to nest boxes and natural hollows (from Griffiths et al. 2019)
The Treetec team were involved in one … Continue Reading ››

Natural Hollow Modification

Large cavity created in existing decay by re-shaping hollow and inserting faceplate. Immediately suitable wildlife nesting hollow.
Large cavity created in existing decay by re-shaping hollow and inserting faceplate. Immediately suitable wildlife nesting hollow.
Hollows can be accelerated or modified to make them more useful … Continue Reading ››

Bushfire Grant

Fire affected habitat in East Gippsland. Treetec to install wildlife hollows under government grant. (c) Tom Oldmeadow
Fire affected habitat in East Gippsland. Treetec to install wildlife hollows under government grant. (c) Tom Oldmeadow
Treetec is excited to announce a new direction in our business … Continue Reading ››

Wildlife remote camera surveys

Treetec ecologists and arborists are able to detect wildlife using remote thermal cameras in a range of forest types and habitats. We are able to modify our techniques to suit each individual client, the location and species involved. We are specialists in camera trapping arboreal wildlife using cameras high in the canopy.  Contact us … Continue Reading ››

Thermal Imaging Surveys

A critically endangered Leadbeater's Possum detected on Thermal Imaging ((C) DELWP used with permission)
A critically endangered Leadbeater's Possum detected on Thermal Imaging ((C) DELWP used with permission)
Thermal imaging (TI) is another effective tool for wildlife surveys and is used by the … Continue Reading ››

Current Job opportunities

Botanist / Senior Botanist Posted September 16, 2022. Treetec has an excellent opportunity for a proven Botanist to join our dynamic team of Ecologists and Arborists in Melbourne. This role offers both field and desktop-based working, contributing to a wide variety of interesting and diverse projects. Responsibilities: In collaboration with the team: