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Priority Bittern and Waterbird Biodiversity Enhancement Project

Atlas of Living Australia
Priority Bittern and Waterbird Biodiversity Enhancement Project (Managed by)
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This project rehabilitates interconnected waterbodies to create specialised habitat to establish populations of nationally significant birds through specific area design, biodiverse plantings, strategic control of invasive species & actions to assist priority fauna populations. Target species include endangered Australasian Bittern, priority listed Black Bittern & Little Bittern, endangered Black Cockatoo species & 6 migratory bird species protected under international bird protection agreements. This unique opportunity forges new ground in wetland rehabilitation methods & forms part of a vision for a large-scale wetland system providing a vital freshwater refuge to improve species & ecosystem resilience to future climate change impacts.
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