As the charity partner of Australia's national parks, the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife is on a mission to protect Australia's ecosystems and native species for generations to come. Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife (FNPW) is working on 3 co-investment projects with their various partners.
In north-east NSW, FNPW has joined with the Border Ranges Alliance to deliver their 'Trails for Tails' SoS co-investment project, which focuses on learning more about and conserving the shy and wary Albert's lyrebird and other threatened bird species.
FNPW is also working with the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Link (K2W) Conservation Partnership. This SoS co-investment project will add another district to the successful K2W Link program. While this project targets the squirrel glider, restoring the K2W natural landscape corridor is vital to the long-term survival of many native Great Eastern Ranges threatened species.
In partnership with BirdLife Australia, FNPW's third SoS co-investment project is Nectar-Lovers. This project aims to restore food sources and habitat connectivity for threatened nectar feeding bird species in the South West Slopes region of southern NSW.
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