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Blog Post - Restoring Habitat On SA's Fleurieu Peninsula

Deep Creek Conservation Park is the largest portion of remaining natural vegetation on South Australia‚Äôs Fleurieu Peninsula. It is home to an array of native wildlife such as the Southern brown bandicoot, Short-beaked echidna and Southern emu-wren, as well as another 100 species of birds and reptiles. 

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Blog Post - Native Animals Have A Bigger Home, As Woomargama National Park Expands

Woomargama National Park in southern NSW is now 229 hectares larger, thanks to the generosity of supporters of national conservation charity the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW).  

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Blog Post - Protecting The Red-Tailed Phascogale In Katanning

The Red-Tailed Phascogale (Phascogale calura) was once wide-spread across southern Australia, but is now limited to a 'triangle' in south-west WA. Loss of habitat (wandoo / sheoak woodland) and predation by feral and domestic cats have been catastrophic for the species. It is listed as Endangered under the EPBC Act. 

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Blog Post - Connecting To Protect

The K2W Petaurus Connections project builds on the current Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Link (K2W) BushConnect program. It will link habitats and restore functional linkages across the Gillindich-Wyangala landscape. The project is co-funded by FNPW and the NSW Government through the Saving our Species Conservation Co-Funding Scheme and will operate over the years 2019 to 2021.  

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Blog Post - FNPW Community Conservation Grants - 2019 Grantees

FNPW's Community Conservation Grants program contributes to the protection of Australia's native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage by providing funding for field projects and education programs that have a direct nature conservation outcome. 

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