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Threatened Species Network Grant Recipients 2004-2005

On September 7, the 2004 Threatened Species Network Community Grants recipients were announced. The Grants are a joint initiative of the $2.7 billion Natural Heritage Trust and the World Wide Fund For Nature. Summaries of the projects are listed by state, below.

New South Wales

Project title: Restoration of woodland bird habitat at Cowra

Project title: Green and Golden Bell Frog - Davistown

Project title: Protecting Malleefowl and other threatened species habitat on Tar-Ru Station

Project title: Threat abatement for endangered Pimelea spicata, Parrotts Farm

Project title: Protecting Grassy Box Woodland for Curlew conservation

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the New South Wales Threatened Species Network coordinator:

Northern Territory

Project title: Monitoring and conserving threatened mammals on the Sir Edward Pellew Islands

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the Northern Territory Threatened Species Network coordinator:

Queensland

Project title: Management of Yellow Chat (Capricorn subspecies) habitat and identification of range on the mainland

Project title: Upper Peterson Creek revegetation consolidation: Yungaburra

Project title: Cassowary conservation Black Mountain

Project title: Habitat restoration, monitoring and education of the Giant Barred-Frog in the Maroochy & Mooloolah River catchments

Project title: Threatened species protection project for Wambo Shire Uplands

Project title: Cascades Gardens Flying-Fox colony enhancement and management

Project title: South Maria Creek/Dargin Road Cassowary Corridor

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the Queensland Threatened Species Network Coordinator:

Keryn Hyslop
Ph: (07) 3221 0573
Email: tsnqld@wwf.org.au
Or Email: khyslop@wwf.org.au

South Australia

Project title: Urgent recovery actions for threatened flora, Yorke Peninsula

Project title: Arid recovery

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the South Australian Threatened Species Network Coordinator:

Karina Mercer
C/- Conservation Council of SA
Ph: (08) 8223 5155
Email: tsnsa@wwf.org.au
Or Email: kmercer@wwf.org.au

Victoria

Project title: Golden Sun Moth conservation at Craigieburn Grassland

Project title: Dwarf Kerrawang and Grassy Woodland restoration (Gippsland region)

Project title: Saving Spring Soaks

Project title: Protecting Eastern Barred Bandicoots through feral cat control

Project title: Restoration and rehabilitation of the Bookaar Grassland Reserve

Project title: Protection and recovery of SE Mallee Chariot Wheels

Project title: Protection and enhancement of Dianella amoena (Matted Flax-lily) habitat

Project title: Maintenance of coastal flyways for Swift Parrot

Project title: Critical feeding habitat for Grey-headed Flying Fox

Project title: Food plants for Malleefowl

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the Victorian Threatened Species Network Coordinator:

Julie Kirkwood
Ph: (03) 9341 6507
Email: tsnvic@wwf.org.au
Or Email: jkirkwood@wwf.org.au

Western Australia

Project title: Desert partnership: conserving rock wallabies in the Calvert range

Project title: Encouraging community involvement in the recovery of the Margaret River Marron

Project title: Recovery of critically endangered Wheatbelt Plants in WA

Project title: Developing on-ground management options for the Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) in the Edgar Range area of the southern Kimberley

Project title: Community monitoring of Rock-wallabies in Cape Range

Project title: NEWroc coordinated pest management

Project title: Dampier Downs natural springs and endangered species conservation

Project title: Lake Gladstone/Glenroy rehabilitation project

Project title: Poison Gully Reserve habitat creation

For further information on any of the projects listed here or to get in contact with proponents, please contact the West Australian Threatened Species Network Coordinator: