Adopted Priorities Action Statement amendments

Each Saving our Species conservation project fulfils the requirements of the NSW Threatened Species Priorities Action Statement (PAS).

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Species for which recovery and threat abatement strategies have been adopted

Ecological communities for which additional strategies have been adopted

Threatened populations for which additional strategies have been adopted

Key threatening processes for which additional strategies have been adopted

  • Forest eucalypt dieback associated with over-abundant psyllids and bell miners
  • Introduction and establishment of exotic rust fungi of the order Pucciniales pathogenic on plants of the family Myrtaceae
  • Invasion and establishment of scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius)
  • Invasion of native plant communities by African olive (Olea europaea subsp. cuspidata) (Wall. ex G. Don) Cif.
  • Loss and degradation of native plant and animal habitat by invasion of escaped garden plants, including aquatic plants
  • Predation and hybridisation by feral dogs, Canis lupus familiaris