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Blog Post - Private Land Conservation Success Story

Having bought their beautiful property on the Central Coast (Wamberal) of New South Wales in 2001, Tom and Ann Raine were quick to notice the original bushland area was covered in several noxious, damaging weeds. They immediately set about transforming their once 4.5 hectares of grassy paddocks and run-down bushland into part native garden and restored bushland -  with the most apt of names  - ‘Rainridge Wildlife Refuge'. 
 

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Blog Post - Yellomundee gains 25% more Yellow Rock

Through private land donations to FNPW our Regional and National Parks can grow and be retained not only for future visitors to enjoy but also for our wildlife and habitat to thrive.  

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Blog Post - Saving Mahogany Glider Habitat

Your generosity helped weed out invaders in critical Glider habitat. 

Only 1500 adults are left in the wild, and their habitat is shrinking fast. Under pressure from agriculture, development, and extreme weather, it’s uncertain if these gliders will be able to survive in the future.

 
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Blog Post - Searching for Quolls Around the Monaro

The Spotted-tailed Quoll (aka Tiger Quoll) is the largest native marsupial carnivore left on the Australian mainland. Sadly its population has declined to the point where it now occupies just 50% of its original pre-European range. 

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Habitat loss is a key reason 500 native Australian animals are now on the Threatened Species List

Your donation will enable FNPW to connect habitat and protect endangered native animals Find out more...