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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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Blog Post - Partnering With Tangaroa Blue To Reduce Marine Debris

Marine debris and plastic pollution come from a wide range of sources, so each item collected needs to be specifically addressed through data, tracking, and relevant stakeholder engagement. 

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Blog Post - Baby Turtles Released As Part Of Murray Tracking Program

In November 2018 a small group of residents from the Riverglades community in SA assisted Claudia Sontori, a PhD student from the University of Western Sydney, to collect turtle eggs from six different mother turtles.  They successfully collected over 150 eggs which were then carefully transported to Sydney for incubation and then brought back to SA to be hatched in January 2019. After the turtles had hatched, a disparate band of approximately 20 residents, along with media representatives from the ABC and Murray Valley Standard, were on hand to take part in the release of approximately 100 Murray River Short neck turtle hatchlings.  

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Blog Post - FNPW Funding Threatened Species Research
A novel research project is investigating the key determinants of greater glider habitat selection and quality in south-east Australia. The focus is on the role of climate, forest structure and quality, and distribution of foraging resources on and within the habitat of greater gliders. To date these factors have been investigated separately and at small scales. This project will integrate these drivers at the landscape-scale through new methodologies based on remote-sensing to inform forest management and conservation planning and facilitate the development of a reserve network that maximizes habitat quality... 
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Habitat loss is a key reason 500 native Australian animals are now on the Threatened Species List

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