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Blog Post - Supporting Australia's Wildlife Heroes

Most Australian wildlife rescue and care is done by hardworking volunteers. In NSW alone, more than 5,500 people give their time, money and love to Australian animals in need. We call them WILDLIFE HEROES!  

Blog Post - Phillip Island Youth Wildlife Ambassador Program

The Phillip Island Youth Wildlife Ambassador program is designed to get younger people in the local community involved in helping protect nature and wildlife on the island. Seven ambassadors were selected for this year's program, two more than originally expected. Each prospective ambassador had to apply online and answer a series of questions.  

Blog Post - Reconnecting Nectar-Lovers

Little is known about the movement patterns and local habitat use of nectivorous birds, while formal records of their presence on a local scale are sparse in a number of important districts. A concerted effort is needed to build knowledge about the location and habitat use of threatened nectivorous species. 

Blog Post - Trails for Tails

Albert's Lyrebird (Menura alberti) is uniquely identifiable by its elaborate tail of glossy black and silver plumes. They are also remarkable mimics, giving calls resembling other rainforest species as well as man-made sounds such as cars and chainsaws. 

Blog Post - Monitoring Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies

Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies (Petrogale penicillate) can be found in fragmented populations from southeast Queensland to the Grampians in Western Victoria. They live on rocky escarpments, granite outcrops and cliffs, which have caves and ledges for shelter and face north for warmth. 


Healing our land

is our initiative to care for the animals that survived the bushfires, help their numbers grow and protect existing or create new, healthy habitats.

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