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The 2004 Kununoppin BioBlitz was the third community-based, collaborative, 24-hour biological survey organised by WWF-Australia (WWF) in the Avon River Basin, undertaken in two shire-vested Reserves in the Shire of Trayning. Professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and naturalists - working as volunteers for WWF - conducted fieldwork with members of local Trayning communities to help them discover more about biodiversity in two relatively high conservation value local reserves. The data obtained during the BioBlitz provides a useful indicator of environmental quality and
serves as a baseline for future monitoring and management of the reserves.

Fieldwork; survey; remnant vegetation; conservation; ecosystem; malleefowl; nature reserve