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We do this by acquiring and managing land of outstanding conservation value, or by working in partnership with other landowners. Our vision for 2025 is to protect 1 per cent of Australia.

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Indigenous rangers and scientists conduct environmental survey in the an-binik jungle of West Arnhem Plateau

In September the Indigenous rangers of Bush Heritage's Wardekken partners joined with scientists to searching for species in the little-known An-binik jungles of West Arnhem Plateau.
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Blues for the Bush & Open Day – event program now available

Things are starting to heat up over in the West. As the annual everlasting's slowly fade from the front paddock they make way for a very special celebration on Badimaya country in outback Australia.
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Monster Murray cod

The upper Murrumbidgee River is home to 3 nationally threatened fish species and we recently discovered a beautiful 93cm Murray cod at Scottsdale Reserve. This fish will be one of the beneficiaries of Scottsdale's carp trapping program.
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Platypus rescue

Canoeists paddling through Black Rock Gorge on a mission to control willows along the upper Murrumbidgee River found a 'stranded' juvenile platypus in a sinkhole on the bedrock platform of what's now known as 'platypus falls'.
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Orchids replanted

On the 22nd of July a small group of orchid conservationists planted the Stuart Mill spider orchid (Caladenia cretacea) back into the John Colahan Griffin reserve in Victoria.
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