Nardoo Hills (Vic) photos

Last updated 27 May 2016 

Since European settlement Victoria has lost 83% of its woodlands to land clearance. Combined with drier weather this has seen a dramatic decline in woodland birds. Our Nardoo Hills Reserves are one of the few healthy examples of grassy box and box-ironbark woodlands left.

Thanks to all supporters whose donations fund the day-to-day costs of managing Nardoo Hills. The Reserves were acquired between 2004 and 2013 with help from the R.E. Ross Trust, Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association, the bequest of Jenny and John Barnett and the Australian Government under the Natural Heritage Trust's National Reserve System Program.
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