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Bush Heritage Australia

is an independent not-for-profit that buys and manages land for conservation and works in partnerships with Aboriginal people and the agricultural sector, to protect our irreplaceable landscapes and our magnificent native species forever.

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Bushgift cards

Just in time for Christmas we’ve released a new series of our virtual gift cards – Bushgifts. Choose from a new selection of images that capture the breadth of our work around Australia and contribute to supporting critical conservation projects.

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A Feather Flower Bushgift card.

FILM SCREENING

The Message of the Lyrebird

Bush Heritage invites you to attend a special screening of the award-winning film The Message of the Lyrebird. Come on a magical journey through Australia’s native forests to understand the sophistication and complex artistry of the lyrebird, leading humanity to a deeper understanding of the natural world. Screening on Wednesday Dec 7 at Palace Chauvel Cinema, Paddington NSW.

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Lyrebird

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Western Grasswrens translocated

After extensive genetic and behavioural research, Western Grasswrens from Hamelin Station Reserve and Francois Peron National Park have been translocated to Dirk Hartog Island.

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Aline Gibson Vega and a Western Grasswren. Photo: Richard Winterton.

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Recycling provides new habitat

Tenaya Duncan, Conservation and Wildlife Biology PhD student at Murdoch University, is using recycled pallets, fence posts and corrugated iron to create artificial shelters that protect native wildlife from predators.

More on artificial habitat research in WA >

A Wagtail takes a bath in water collected on a corrugated iron sheet.

We’re proud to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the places in which we live and work. We recognise and respect the enduring relationship they have with their lands and water, and pay our respects to Elders, past and present.