Spring 2017

Published 03 Oct 2017 

 

  • Turning back time
    We are transforming bare paddocks into bush as part of one of Australia’s most ambitious revegetation projects – and the animals are coming back.
  • From the CEO
    Our native species interact with their habitats on a landscapes scale; they need space to fly, forage, nest, and move in a way that suits them both biologically and ecologically.
  • The Gliders of Yourka
    Australia’s blink-and-you-miss-it marsupial is the latest glider confirmed on Yourka Reserve, in far north Queensland.
  • A homecoming
    Annette Dean’s childhood consisted largely of long days spent out bush with her brothers, swimming in wild rivers and climbing mountains.
  • Close encounters
    Spend enough time amongst Boolcoomatta Station Reserve’s sweeping native grasslands, and you could be lucky enough to encounter a Plains-wanderer.
  • Loving a river to life
    Restoring the riverbanks of the Upper Murrumbidgee has provided new hope for the endangered Macquarie Perch.
  • Thank you
    Thanks to the many supporters who have generously donated to our work.