Earlier in July, the 2021 State of Environment Report was released by the Federal Government. The report makes for disturbing, although unsurprising, reading. Almost every indicator used to assess the health of Australia’s land and water paints the picture of a poor and declining country: an extinction crisis, limited access to drinking water, increasing weather […]
Two important habitat areas for the endangered spotted-tail quolls and gang-gang cockatoos have now been listed as Threatened Ecological Communities (TECs) under NSW’s environment legislation. Araluen Scarp Grassy Forest and Brogo Wet Vine Forest are now listed as TECs, which provides these two historically cleared and at-risk habitats, as well as the animals that live […]
If you’re interested in exploring a remnant of Lowland Grassy Woodland, one of our Endangered Ecological Communities in the Shire, book in for this event in the Towamba Valley, organised by the Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness and Bega Valley Shire Council at 11am on Saturday 23 October 2021.
SAVING OUR THREATENED SPECIES These are two of our most loved parrots and their numbers are declining rapidly. We don’t want to lose them in our region so the Atlas of Life is asking you to help with important research. In order to establish their main habitat areas and their habits, we are asking people to record […]
National Threatened Species Day on 7 September is our annual reminder to spotlight native plants, animals and ecosystems that are under threat, reflect on how we can protect them in the future and remember the plants and animals we’ve lost to the extinction crisis. Have a look at the NSW Government’s latest Saving Our Species newsletter published today which […]