Conservation Bulletin 67

Published March 2018


Our March Conservation Bulletin is out now.

Inside you will learn about our Regional Manager’s and read stories from each of the regions, including updates on the endangered Bush Stone-curlew and Plains-wanderer. 

You will also get to know our Indigenous Trainee, Robert Wilson, who has been hard at work planting trees and setting fox baits since he started with us in April of last year. 

Victoria has the largest amount of land cleared of natural vegetation compared to other states in Australia. We are proud to announce another 156 hectares of newly protected private land across the State. This is a wonderful result to celebrate, and it is thanks to like-minded people such as you.

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Trust for Nature's Conservation Bulletin magazine is published twice per year, with stories and news from the field of private land conservation.

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