The Abercrombie Catchment is home to five of the six species of glider found in Australia. Sadly, they are declining due to habitat loss and fragmentation. Gliders are a unique and special part of the Australian landscape. If we do nothing to assist these iconic marsupials, populations will continue to fall and we will lose them from our landscape forever. Their loss is our loss.
In turn, many other species with similar habitat and conservation needs live within the same area as gliders such as Spotted-tailed Quolls, Flame Robins and Koalas. This means that by meeting the needs of gliders we are also supporting the plants and animals that share their home.
May 29th, 2020|Comments Off on Funding for Paddock Tree Recovery
The Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Link (K2W) Glideways program has funding available to assist farmers within the K2W conservation corridor (see map) to replace native trees and shrubs that have been lost […]
August 16th, 2019|Comments Off on Funding boost for K2W Glideways
The Squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis), Spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) and Scarlet Robin (Petroicaboodang) are all listed as threatened species in NSW with some of the few surviving populations occurring within the […]