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Making it count at Naree
It takes a whole lot of planning, preparation and people-power to
uncover the true potential of any place, as the upcoming ‘bio-blitz' at
Naree Station - our newest property, thanks to our supporters - proves.
||A place to breathe
As a Dutch-born immigrant, Grietje Croll first saw the Australian
bush with fresh eyes - from the comfort of her new husband's tent. This
was the start of a lifelong love affair, and a shared commitment to help
protect the Australian bush.
From the CEO
Gerard O'Neill reports on his visit to Tarcutta Hills reserve and introduces the new reserve managers at Naree Station.
Tag-along to Ethabuka Reserve
Point the wheels of your 4WD towards the Simpson Desert and join Bush
Heritage Reserve Manager Peter Welldon for a five-day tag-along camping
trip on the magnificent desert reserves of Cravens Peak and Ethabuka.
Bush Heritage thanks the many supporters that have donated in honour of friends or family members.
||Fighting feral cats at Charles Darwin
It's not just supporters like you who are helping scientists to
protect native Australian animals on Bush Heritage reserves - school
teachers are on board too.
||Around your reserves in 90 days
Your support makes a difference in so many ways. We take a look at
what's been happening at your reserves around Australia - all made
possible thanks to you.
Page Last Updated: Thursday 4 April 2013