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Birds flock to Crooked Waterhole restoration site

...– but species like the black fronted dotterel, three species of cormorants, a fish-eating bird called a darter and night herons, they’ve all turned up since the works were done...

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Volunteers save threatened native grassland species

This inspiring project spanning four years shows a local community’s commitment to saving threatened native grassland species. Jallukar Native Grasslands Core Project Team Along with Jallukar Landcare and Greening Australia,...

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Species hotels land in Ross for Biodiversity Day

The Tasmania Island Ark ‘Species Hotel’ sculptural installations were a recent focal point for Campbell Town District Students who met with 60 Architecture and Design students from the University of...

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A long journey back to the desert for the Forked Spyridium (Little Desert)

...for translocation to the wild for the purposes of regenerating threatened species. This week’s planting is the first attempt to re-establish plants under a formal Translocation Plan for Threatened Species....

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Five Years and 20 Million Trees

...with other Australian Government environmental initiatives, such as the work of the Threatened Species Commissioner. The focus of the program is planting trees to deliver real benefits for the environment...

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Tasmania Island Ark: meet the wildlife

World Wildlife Day celebrates the rich diversity of the world’s flora and fauna species. Greening Australia would like to mark this day in 2020 by introducing you to some of...

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