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    Completed Projects

    2013-2015 Vegetation Management for Threatened Woodland Birds

    Funds: $99,979

    Source: NSW Environmental Trust

    Contract: 2012/RR/0011

    The project aimed to manage vegetation and habitat for threatened woodland birds, including Diamond Firetail Finches and Turquoise Parrots. This project protected and rehabilitated 38.8ha of habitat corridors through the planting of 17,300 native seedlings. The project has revegetated or rehabilitated 17 sites in the Southern New England region.

    The sites were selected as priority areas managed by sympathetic landholders to enhance, protect and manage existing patches of native vegetation. This project has added to our continuing efforts to create linkages, corridors and refuges between patches of remnant vegetation on the Northern Tablelands.

     

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