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Bushtracks Summer 2024

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Bushtracks Summer 2024

We start the year with a big opportunity to help achieve our goals of doubling and deepening our impact by the end of the decade. With your support we're on the way to securing our largest reserve.

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Blue wings, smelly ant

The search for an ant leads scientists to Carnarvon Station Reserve and one of Australia’s rarest of butterflies.

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Bill Johnston's happy place

For dedicated Bush Heritage volunteer Bill Johnston, the sign at Eurardy Reserve is the gateway to his happy place.

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Hickman's Farm looking south, central NSW, Wiradjuri Country. By Bee Stephens.

BUSHTRACKS 11/01/2024

A natural link

Preliminary findings from an innovative agricultural research project show a positive link between biodiversity and prosperity.

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Sunset as seen from Charles Darwin Reserve, Badimia Country, WA. By Seabird Films Andy McGregor

BUSHTRACKS 11/01/2024

Nurturing community

After two decades of management at Charles Darwin Reserve we celebrate our impact – on the landscape and its people.

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Ecological monitoring at Burrin Burrin Reserve, Ngambri, Yuin walbunja muncata and Ngarigo Country, New South Wales. By Tim Clark

BUSHTRACKS 11/01/2024

Burrin Burrin heals

Ecological monitoring at Burrin Burrin Reserve indicates good management and nature’s ability to recover.

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Aerial view of forest in the South Esk River region, Tasmania. Photo by Mike Bretz.

BUSHTRACKS 11/01/2024

Thank you

Thank you to everyone who has so generously donated to support our conservation projects this summer.

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