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2019 newsletters

Published 12 Jun 2019 



  • Refuge in the Kimberley
    Uunguu Rangers are helping to protect habitat in one of Australia’s most important refuges.
  • From the CEO
    “In the face of threats from climate change, dedicated protected areas are becoming more important than ever.”
  • Museums of evolution
    Thanks to a three-part conservation approach, Red-finned Blue-eye numbers are beginning to recover.
  • Fit for the future
    In the face of climate change, the fate of many species could rely on Yourka Reserve.
  • Sanctuary of solace
    When award-winning author Nikki Gemmell visited Liffey Valley reserves in Tasmania, she discovered a landscape where quietness reigns.
  • My happy place
    “Djïḻpin is my country. It is my country because it belonged to my father and my grandfather,” writes Arafura Swamp Ranger, Mali Djarrbal.
  • Thank you
    Our work is only possible because of generous donations from supporters such as these.


  • Feral focus
    How we’re working beyond our boundaries to control foxes and feral cats in south-west Western Australia.
  • In the field
    The recent opening of the Michael Tichbon  Field Station heralds a new era for Bush Heritage’s conser vation wor k in the species-rich Fitz-Stirling  region of the south-west.
  • Burning the right way
    On Bunuba country, in the central Kimberley region of Western Australia, Aboriginal rangers are combining Western technologies with their traditional knowledge to keep a millenia-old tradition alive.
  • Battle for the bite sized
    There’s a common misconception that deserts are devoid of life, but the arid Outback is home to a huge diversity of plants and animals.
  • My happy place
    “For hundreds of years, it has been providing life-giving habitat, food and shade for countless species, and playing its role in the complex nutrient cycle of this fascinating eucalyptus woodland ecosystem of the mid-west.” writes Charles Darwin Reserve Manager Will Hansen.
  • Thank you
    Our work is only possible because of generous donations from supporters such as these.