Winter 2004

Sunday 20 June, 2004
Winter 2004 newsletter
Portable Document FileWinter 2004
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  • New Reedy Creek Reserve, Queensland
    A gift of 452 hectares of remnant vegetation and coastal habitats in one of Queensland’s prime coastal zones will be our next reserve.
  • Impressions of Brogo
    Photographer Wayne Lawler visited Brogo Reserve in the Bega Valley of New South Wales in June 2003.
  • Ethabuka – a new era
    Ecologist Murray Haseler was the first staff member at Ethabuka Reserve.
  • Charles Darwin Reserve one year on
    Drought, baking heat, flood and tempest, as well as many notable events involving goats, have kept reserve manager Leigh Whisson and his wife Jackie Courtenay wondering what will happen next.
  • From the CEO - Doug Humann
    Our reserves are not islands in the surrounding terrain but a part of the broader landscape. It's important we're a positive influence beyond our reserve boundaries.
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