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Western Pygmy Possums are small nocturnal marsupials. These wide-eyed possums are agile climbers; they use their tails like a fifth limb to help them climb through foliage.
Splendid Everlastings (Rhodanthe chlorocephala subsp. splendida) are a classic paper daisy that flower annually across Western Australia during wildflower season.
The Greater Bilby, with its grey fur and long pink ears, is Australia's answer to the Easter Bunny. However, unlike the rabbit population in Australia, Bilby numbers are falling rapidly.
The Stuart Mill Spider-orchid (Caladenia cretacea) is a white flowering orchid found only in Victoria. Our John Colahan (J.C.) Griffin Reserve is home to some of the last of this threatened species.
Bush Heritage’s reserves in south-west Western Australia are home to a rainbow of wispy-petaled Featherflower species. The Latin name for this genus, Verticordia, literally translates to ‘turner of hearts’ and that’s certainly what these brightly coloured beauties do!
The Thorny Devil (Moloch horridus) is much gentler than its name suggests. This ant-eating reptile can blend into its surroundings by changing colour. It also has grooves between its thorny scales that channel dew on its skin to its mouth – a handy trick for a desert dweller!
The Wedge-tailed Eagle is Australia’s largest bird of prey. With a wingspan of more than two metres, it is one of the biggest eagles in the world. Interestingly, these powerful birds are monogamous: once they find a partner, they mate for life.
The Golden-shouldered Parrot is famed for its bright jewel-like colouring. A totem species for the Olkola people of central Cape York, it is known as ‘Alwal’ in Olkola language.
Bush Heritage’s Boolcoomatta Reserve is a sprawling 63,000 hectare sanctuary for arid-zone plant and wildlife species. Once a sheep station, its sweeping plains boast saltbush shrub lands, classic Red Gum creeks and ephemeral wetlands.