Threatened species conservation

In the Saving our Species program, threatened species are managed in different ways that take into account what we know about their ecology and threats.

Threatened species have different conservation needs depending on:

  • their ecology, habitat and distribution
  • threats to their survival
  • how much we know about them.

What we know about each threatened species allows us to allocate them to one of six management streams:

We can move species from one stream to another as their situation changes and we discover more about them.

Detailed projects are being developed for:

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