Spring 2003

Sunday 21 September, 2003
Spring 2003 newsletter
Portable Document FileSpring 2003
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  • A desert wildlife haven – the next reserve
    Bush Heritage Ecologist Phil Cullen describes our newest reserve – Ethabuka, a 214,000-hectare pastoral lease on the northern edge of the Simpson Desert.
  • Chereninup revegetation – a national first
    One of the largest biodiversity revegetation projects in Australia has just been completed on the Bush Heritage Chereninup Creek Reserve in Western Australia.
  • Working beyond the fence
    Conservation Partnerships Program Coordinator Nathan Males has been working closely with a neighbour at our Tarcutta Hills Reserve in New South Wales.
  • From the President
    Phillip Toyne on the Board's decision to relocate the national office to Melbourne by early 2005.
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