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Calyptorhynchus latirostris | Short-billed Cockatoo, White-tailed Black Cockatoo, Rainbird or Ngoorlak
Did you catch our CEO Natarsha Woods on ABC Radio recently talking about the 2017 Wheatbelt floods?
Get a head start on weed control
With all the recent rain and germination of weeds, farm paddocks across the Wheatbelt are full of farmers in spray units, knocking down weeds.
The second round of monitoring is underway for 13 revegetation sites in our ‘Avon River Basin EPBC species habitat security’ project.
The 3rd of March is the United Nation's World Wildlife Day.
It’s an international day to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants.
The Australian Government has just released its Threatened Species Prospectus which is the next step in its new approach to reversing the declines in our native plants and animals.
Tadarida australis | Family: Molossidae | Conservation status: Not listed
Juncus control in Toodyay
Bruce McGowan from Toodyay has been working hard recently to get rid of invasive Spiny Rush (Juncus acutis) from a low lying area of his property.
In 2016, rabbit numbers dropped considerably across much of the South-West of WA due to a naturally mutated strain of calici-virus that hit the area.
The Corrigin Grevillea (Grevillea scapigera) is an endangered species found in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia.