Autumn 2009

Published 20 Mar 2009 


Autumn 2009 newsletter
Autumn 2009 (PDF 1.2mb)
  • Protecting Tasmania's biodiversity hotspot
    The Tasmanian Land Conservancy's CEO Nathan Males and Bush Heritage ecologist Dr Matt Appleby on an exciting new conservation initiative.
  • A day on a desert reserve
    Nella and Mark Lithgow are reserve managers at Cravens Peak and Ethabuka, two major arid-zone properties bordering the Simpson Desert.
  • Endangered orchid found at Nardoo Hills
    We have confirmed the occurrence of a very rare orchid – the northern golden moths.
  • From the CEO
    Doug Humann on the global financial crisis and its likely effects. We're tracking well in the circumstances, but your continued support is critical.
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