Spring 2020

Published 25 Sep 2020 

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  • From tin whistles to tinsel
    As we prepare to start a first-of-its-kind feral control program in the Fitz-Stirling, Noongar Traditional Owner Aunty Carol Petterson reflects on the changes seen in her lifetime.
  • From the CEO
    Last year I had the pleasure of sitting down for a meal with long-time supporter Michael Tichbon, who is passionate about WA flora. Later, touring our Fitz-Stirling reserves, I could appreciate the incredible diversity through Michael’s eyes.
  • Growing Tarcutta
    The purchase of a parcel of land adjacent to Tarcutta Hills Reserve will extend the protection of habitat for Swift Parrots and other woodland birds.
  • Surprising centipedes
    How a fox stomach containing 63 centipedes could hold the key to understanding the effectiveness of feral predator management.
  • Birds of a feather
    Pelicans in the driveway, thousands of kilometres from the sea…what exactly does Naree Station Reserve look like when birds come to breed?
  • A gift to the future
    Mike and Eva Palmer see the loss of wild habitat as one of the single biggest threats to wildlife on Earth. So they decided to do something about it. Their legacy will help to safeguard native species for many generations to come.
  • Angela Sanders: My happy place
    “We have lost so many of our plants and animals in this corner of Australia and I love to sit on this breakaway in the centre of the reserve and look out and pretend that they’re all still there."
  • Thank you
    Our work is only possible because of generous donations from supporters such as these.