The Department of Parks and Wildlife is partnering with South Coast NRM and other regional Natural Resource Management groups across WA to manage the well-regarded Land for Wildlife program.
Do you like relaxing on the couch with TV shows such as The Voice, Fishing Australia, The Footy Show and The Big Bang Theory? Your favourite WIN TV shows will also be delivering some important messages about Phytophthora Dieback over the next six weeks! Keep your eyes peeled for a brand new infomercial produced for Project Dieback which reminds us of how Phytophthora Dieback threatens WA’s incredible biodiversity and most importantly how we can all make a huge difference in limiting its spread.
Local researchers and natural resource managers are working with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Recfishwest, The University of Western Australia and South Coast Natural Resource Management (South Coast NRM) to restore native oyster reefs in Oyster Harbour that were destroyed by overfishing more than 100 years ago.
Once abundant enough to give Oyster Harbour its name, oyster reefs throughout their Australian southern coastal range have failed to recover due to a lack of suitable habitat, changes in water quality and disease.
With the coming of the Noongar season Djeran, we're preparing for another term of Wumbudin Kool-yee-rah.