Bringing home Alwal
A partnership between Bush Heritage Australia and the Olkola Aboriginal Corporation aims to bring the Golden-shouldered Parrot back from the brink.Read More
Thanks to the many supporters who have generously donated to our work.
Lesley Mcdonald, and Rosemary and Rhyl Hurley donated in celebration of Elisabeth Drake’s 70th birthday. Jill Borrett donated to celebrate Helen Sparrow’s birthday.
The following donations were made in memory of loved ones. John and Jo Hall donated in memory of Max Possingham. Pam Ray donated in memory of her husband Alan L Ray.
We gratefully acknowledge receiving gifts in Wills from the following estates: Geraldine Nicoll, Donald Stewart Houghton, Jean Hopely, Barbara Joan Beeson, Winifred Hazel Abernethy, Marjorie Jean Lambert, Charles Henri Roussac, Maisie Alice Crowden, Nancy Kingsland, Richard Oertel, Anne Elizabeth Raymond, Gwendoline Clarke-Seiler, Alison Wynne Hearn, Brian John Donohoe, Judith Deuchar Bartram, Cecily Ann Dignan, Margaret Jill, Barry Kirtley, Michael Munro Salter, Isabelle Joan Burton, Margaret Tedder, John Nicholas Hutchinson, Joan Forest Eltham, Penelope Susan Taylor.
A gift in your Will, no matter the amount, can make a real difference to the Australian bush and its precious species.
Call 1300 628 873 or visit our bequests page for more information.
At least 330mls of rain has fallen at Ethabuka Reserve so far this year – but in a cruel irony, it’s been too wet to reach the weather station so no-one has the exact figures.Read More
For the last 80 to 100 years, people have been writing and talking about Night Parrots as if they were extinct. Now, we’ve got recordings of their calls, we’ve got information about nesting, and we’ve tagged two with tracking devices. I struggle to find the words to describe how exciting that is. - Steve Murphy, lead Night Parrot researcher.Read More
A childhood spent in Africa gave Bush Heritage supporter Penelope Hacker a deep love of wildlife that she brought home to Australia.Read More
Chilly temperatures can’t deter a small group of Bush Heritage volunteers from getting to know one of one of Australia’s most iconic species – the Platypus – a little bit better.Read More