Water is Life on Naree
Naree Station Reserve and neighbouring Yantabulla Swamp, in far north-west New South Wales, are semi-arid environments, where rainfall is erratic and summer temperatures soar. But they are home to one of Australia’s most significant ephemeral wetlands, which when in flood, supports significant populations of waterbirds, such as the majestic Brolga.
Our dedicated staff and volunteers are doing the groundwork, alleviating threats of feral animals and invasive weeds, to improve the health and resilience of these wetlands, so that when the rains come these ecosystems are ready to thrive.
Water is essential. But landscape health also plays a huge role in the function of our waterways and wetlands.
Your support will help implement smart land management and monitoring programs at Naree and Yantabulla Swamp, so we can be ready when the water flows and ensure the land is resilient and ready to respond.