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North Scarborough Dunes under threat

Welcome to 2019 and thank you to all those who have shown your support for our urban bushland and for UBC. Last month we reminded people: Protecting the environment is an […]

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Lemnos Street Bushland

Battle to Save Lemnos Street Bushland Continues

The Western Australian Planning Commission will let LandCorp develop Lemnos Sreet Bushland! This will fragment, degrade and more than halve this important ecological corridor, unless we can stop them. In making […]

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Celebrating our native Christmas tree

As 2018 draws to a close, we are reminded of the beauty of the Western Australian bush by the golden orange flowers of the Nuytsia floribunda.  Go for a walk […]

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Great Cocky Count 2018

The 2018 Great Cocky Count was released on 3 December 2018. The Great Cocky Count (GCC) is a long-term citizen science survey and the biggest single survey for black-cockatoos in […]

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Lemnos Street Bush May Be Saved!

In October we reported that Lemnos Street bush, an important ecological linkage between the two Bush Forever sites Underwood Avenue and Shenton bushlands, was under imminent threat from development. Campaign […]

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Wonderful Wetlands around Perth

Following good winter rains this year, our Perth wetlands are looking healthier than in past years. Therefore, this week we feature three wonderful wetlands areas; in Bayswater, Claremont and Joondalup. […]

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Don’t burn our biodiversity!

From King’s Park to Koondoola the ‘bush in the city’ is an essential part of the character of Perth and cherished by generations of Western Australians. But we are alarmed […]

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Bushland treasures close to Perth

Today we feature two bushland treasures in long-established suburbs very close to the Perth CBD.  One is in Inglewood and the other is in Bayswater. Inglewood Triangle Just 5 km […]

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An ecological linkage under threat

An important ecological linkage between the two Bush Forever sites Underwood Avenue and Shenton bushlands, is under imminent threat from development. It is a 3.4 ha strip of bushland known […]

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Queens Park Bushland

October Wildflowers close to Perth

Queens Park Bushland Now is the time to visit Queens Park Bushland in Welshpool to see more of Perth’s Spring wildflowers. Queens Park Bushland is only 12 km south east […]

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Alfred Cove

No wave park at Tompkins Park

A fragile jewel worth preserving The Swan River Estuary is much-loved and provides a sense of place to the Perth community. At Tompkins Park in Alfred Cove we have a Marine […]

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Spring in the Perth Hills

If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure for a big surprise (apologies to Anne Murray and Teddy Bear’s Picnic) As our weather changes into Spring (or the Nyoongar […]

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