Kemendok Nature Reserve Plan of Management

Kemendok Nature Reserve is located adjacent to the Murray River, 50 kilometres east of Buronga in south-western NSW. The reserve covers 1,064 hectares.

Date
1 January 2009
Publisher
Department of Environment and Climate Change
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-157-8
  • ID DECC20090142
  • File PDF 0.1MB
  • Pages 28
  • Name kemendok-nature-reserve-plan-of-management-090142.pdf

Kemendok Nature Reserve was dedicated primarily to protect a remnant of river red gum/black box woodland and the endangered regent parrot which requires this habitat for its survival. It also contains old man saltbush shrublands, a community which is restricted in distribution and has been provisionally listed by the NSW Scientific Committee as an endangered ecological community in western NSW, and six threatened animal species.

The reserve also contains Aboriginal scarred trees and a number of interesting and locally significant historic sites.

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