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.