Environmental research

Wildlife Unlimited is fully equipped and professionally accredited to undertake a wide range of environmental research and natural values assessments. Services include:

  • Flora and Fauna Assessment
  • Ecological Monitoring
  • Species Monitoring
  • Review of Environmental Factors

We have been involved in hundreds of such projects over the past 25+ years, including:

  • Rare and endangered species recovery and monitoring, including the Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby, Spot Tailed Quoll and others.
  • Seasonal monitoring of frogs and waterfowl species for a regional water management authority, including colonial breeders such as Ibis, Spoonbills and Egrets.
  • Comprehensive flora and fauna survey of sections of the North Kimberley region of Western Australia.


In providing a high quality of environmental research appropriate to client needs and resources, we draw on a wide range of specialist techniques including: anabat, harp trapping, pit falling, nocturnal playback, tracks and traces, predator scat analysis, spotlighting, small-medium mammal trapping, radio-tracking and remote camera observation.

Our breadth of experience and expertise combined with our extensive networks in the sector means that we are capable of providing a comprehensive environmental research and resource management planning service according to client needs.

Photo top (bat) with thanks to Fiona Murdoch. Above, Spot-tailed Quoll with thanks to the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action, Gippsland NEP