Castlereagh, Agnes Banks and Windsor Downs Nature Reserves Draft Amendment to the Plan of Management

Return of threatened and declining species and improving ecosystem health

The proposed feral predator-free area is part of broader National Parks and Wildlife Service work which proposes the most significant threatened fauna restoration project in NSW history.

Date
22 January 2021
Publisher
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Type
Publication
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-922493-95-8
  • ID EES20210032
  • File PDF 2.7MB
  • Pages 29
  • Name castlereagh-agnes-banks-windsor-downs-nature-reserves-amendment-plan-of-management-210032.pdf

Establishment of a feral predator-free area within either Castlereagh Nature Reserve or Windsor Downs Nature Reserve is a critical step in restoring the ecosystems in this part of the Cumberland Plains. It will enable the return of native species previously lost from New South Wales.

This amendment should be read in conjunction with the Castlereagh, Agnes Banks and Windsor Downs Nature Reserves Plan of Management (1999).