Chainsaw-carved hollows are one of the methods we use to provide suitable habitats for hollow-dependent species.
Seeing the kookaburra sitting in the old gum tree is a great result as the Aussie Backyard Bird count, run by Birdlife Australia, found a decline in this iconic species in heavily urbanised areas in eastern Australian capital cities.
Over 70 trees throughout Bayside now have habitat-salvaged log hollows or chainsaw-carved hollows.
Have you heard a kookaburra laugh in Bayside?
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