Last week the Kilter team were on site at the Australian Farmlands Fund to oversee the installation of 63 wildlife nest boxes across seven separate sites on the landscape. From remnant forest to newly planted forest areas the effort focused on sites where there is a lack of large old trees with natural tree hollows. 

The nest boxes include a range of different designs and sizes to replicate tree hollows for native birds, possums and glider species.

Miles Geldard (Wildlife Nest Boxes) installing a Kookaburra nest box on the Mangan property