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What is Saving our Species doing for biodiversity?
Through threatened species conservation, Saving our Species works to preserve and increase our biodiversity. We protect, monitor and conserve threatened species in different ways, taking into account what we know about their ecology and threats.
New South Wales risks losing thousands of the state's native animals and plants. This is why the NSW Government has invested $175 million over 10 years (2016–2026) into the Saving our Species program, making it one of the largest conservation programs of its kind.
Ultimately, we are working to take species off the threatened species list, so there are fewer at risk of extinction.