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Summer 2012-13

Published 21 Dec 2012 

Summer 2012 newsletterSummer 2012 (PDF 2.2mb)
  • Around Naree
    From quiet waters where stilts wade, to open woodlands and foraging emus, Naree Station has a surprise around every corner. Here, we share the unique parts of Naree that you can help protect forever.
  • The people who loved Naree
    Naree Station has found a place in the hearts of many who have helped to protect its wetlands and woodlands. A Traditional Owner, a scientist and Naree's former owners talk about what Naree means to them.
  • A love for life on Naree
    Some birds attract a mate with a beautiful song, some flash their bright feathers and some, like the brolga or the Australian crane, like to do "a bit of a dance".
  • The magic of Naree
    Our newest reserve, a 14,400-hectare property located 150km north-west of Bourke in the remote north west of New South Wales, is aptly described as "wetlands in the outback".
  • From the CEO
    Gerard O'Neill pays tribute to Mauritz "Mo" Pieterse who perished in tragic circumstances last month on Bush Heritage's Ethabuka Reserve where he worked as a Field Officer.