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Weedy Seadragon in Port Phillip Bay © Jarrod Boord

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    Australia's Threatened Species

    National Threatened Species Day, 7 September, is a reminder of how vulnerable life on Earth is. And we must do what we can to ensure their survival. Learn more

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    Help protect the Murray-Darling Basin

    With the damaging effects of drought, unsustainable agriculture, over-exploitation, poor management and other factors, the future of the Murray-Darling Basin and all life that depends on us. Learn more

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    Save the Greater Bilby

    Habitat destruction, introduced species and urban development threaten the survival of the bilby and other native species. Learn more

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    Save the Gouldian Finch

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    Cities’ footprints are expanding at an alarming rate, putting habitat and human health at risk. That's why we’re determined to keep our communities & wildlife healthy and happy by greening our cities. Learn more

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Sunset at Kata Kjuta © Robin Moon
Magical colors in the Adirondacks
Sunset on Boreas Ponds Magical colors in the Adirondacks © Carl Heilman II