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Threatened Species Day Fact Sheet The Trout Cod is similar to the well-known Murray Cod, except it has a straighter head, longer snout and an overhanging top jaw. They typically grow to about 50 centimetres and eat shrimp, smaller fish,...
Interim recovery plan Heather Taylor, Val English and Andrew Webb Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, 2008 Download report Tufted Plumed Featherflower (Verticordia plumosa var. ananeotes) (PDF -...
ISBN 0 7246 6351 7 About the plan Ranunculus prasinus Menadue (1985) is endemic to Tasmania and is known from 6 populations occurring within an area of approximately 220 square kilometres extending from Tunbridge to Campbell Town in the...
Louise Gilfedder Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service Endangered Species ProgramISBN 0 7246 3855 5 Contents Summary1. Introduction 1.1 Description of Species1.2 Distribution1.3 Habitat1.4 Life History, Ecology1.5 Reasons for Listing1...
About the fact sheet Before European settlement, forest, woodland and heathland ecological communities, including the Turpentine–Ironbark Forest of the Sydney Basin Bioregion, covered the Sydney region. This ecological community is now...
Gardangarl (Field Island) is a critical habitat for flatback turtles and a key monitoring site in the Australian National Recovery Plan for Marine Turtles. Every year teams of Kakadu park staff, traditional owners and conservation volunteers camp...
Transcript Jeffery Lee We started off this boat shuttle for Twin Falls because these young traditional owners growing up and starting to look at what we want to do for our future - getting back on country and working on our own country. ...
About this assessment In 2010 the Australian Heritage Council (AHC) was asked to assess Tyrendarra Indigenous Land (Peters Property), Victoria. In 2014 the AHC completed its assessment of the place. In order to include a place in the...
Images to download Special restrictions apply to the use of images from Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. An important task in the management of the park is maintaining and respecting local indigenous culture while accommodating the interests...

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