Prioritisation of work on individual species and management streams is based on the likelihood of success of a project and the total cost of implementing it.
Species that have a higher chance of surviving will be prioritised for projects.
Prioritisation of projects helps the NSW Government make the most cost-effective investment. Other organisations and individuals can also use this information to guide their investment into conserving threatened species.
Species in the site-managed, iconic and data-deficient species management streams have been prioritised for initial funding.
Projects that are developed for other management streams, threatened ecological communities and key threatening processes will be assessed and prioritised.
Find out more about management streams.