Conservation Bulletin 75
Published April 2022
Welcome to issue #75. In this edition of the Conservation Bulletin we bring you more inspiring conservation stories from Victoria and beyond.
You’ll read about landholders like Fiona Murdoch and her family, who have protected 490 ha of their property Raakajlim in the Mallee, home to endangered Pink Cockatoos and rare butterflies.
Elsewhere you’ll read about how we’re working with Traditional Owners to look after two of our reserves; an exciting Golden Sun Moth discovery; and how grazing is helping critically endangered Plains-wanderers.
Plus: our new Statewide Conservation Plan; the curious story of the critically endangered Gorae Leek Orchid, and all you need to know about nest boxes. All that and more in the latest Conservation Bulletin, which you can read by clicking on the link below.
Pictured top: Pink Cockatoos. Left: Fiona Murdoch and her family on their Mallee property Raakajlim. Images: Fiona Murdoch.
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