Urgent work to protect animals such as the critically endangered western ground parrot are among the priority Western Australian Government projects being supported by the Morrison Government’s initial $50 million Wildlife and habitat recovery package.
Wildlife experts and koala conservation organisations will join me in Canberra on Wednesday for a koala workshop and Ministerial Roundtable to discuss both bushfire impacts and a range of issues affecting one of Australia’s most treasured national icons.
With the shores of Christmas Island National Park carpeted by millions of miniature baby red crabs, today marks the 40th anniversary of an historic Australian Government commitment to one of the world’s most important bio-diversity havens.
Satellite mapping to identify fire impacts and guide recovery work in fire-affected areas of South Australia, along with detailed on ground assessments and feral predator controls are being funded with the support of the Morrison Government’s initial...
Key environmental, government and community stakeholders from across the Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains attended a roundtable alongside the Chair of The Wildlife and Threatened Species Bushfire Recovery Expert Panel today.
The Government is funding series of projects through Greening Australia that will enhance the protection of native habitats, build capacity in our native seed and nursery industry, and deliver a ten-year native seed and landscape restoration strategy.