Ingalba, Big Bush and Pucawan Nature Reserves Plan of Management

Ingalba, Big Bush and Pucawan Nature Reserves are located on southwestern slopes of New South Wales. Ingalba Nature Reserve is situated 10 kilometres west of Temora and Pucawan Nature Reserve a further 6 kilometres west. Big Bush Nature Reserve is 15 kilometres northwest of Temora. All three reserves are located within Temora Shire.

Date
1 May 2006
Publisher
Department of Environment and Conservation (NSW)
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 1-74122-0920
  • ID DEC20060637
  • File PDF 0.1MB
  • Pages 26
  • Name ingalba-big-bush-pucawan-nature-reserves-plan-of-management-060637.pdf

The reserves are part of only 1.07% of the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion within conservation areas. As well as being important remnants within a poorly reserved Bioregion, the reserves contain several regionally significant plant species and provide habitat for a number of threatened animal species.

Photo: Ironbark woodland, Ingalba Nature Reserve / Steve Douglas