Campaigns

The UBC Bush Forever Campaign

Bush Forever is a world class plan in Australia’s only global biodiversity hotspot but its implementation is incomplete.  This unfinished business is putting our irreplaceable natural assets of unique flora, fauna and vegetation systems at risk.     Bush Forever is a huge initiative for protection of our biodiversity in the Perth region and now […]

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Campaigning proudly since 1993

2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the formation of the Urban Bushland Council; 25 years of strong support and continued advocacy for the protection of bushland.  Its work continues still!  There is much to be done to complete the implementation of Bush Forever, to scrutinize the forthcoming Strategic Assessment under the EPBC Act and to […]

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Underwood Bushland.

Save Underwood Avenue Bushland

Bushland in Shenton Park, endowed to the University of Western Australia in 1904, continues to be threatened by a proposal by the University of Western Australia for housing.  The Banksia, Jarrah, Tuart and Marri bushland known as Underwood Avenue Bushland lies between Bold Park and Kings Park and at 33 hectares, is comparatively large.The direction […]

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Anstey-Keane Dampland – Threats and Responses

The Anstey-Keane Dampland is the second most floristically diverse Bush Forever site on the Swan Coastal Plain and its vegetation is in excellent to pristine condition. Despite being well recognised as a bio-diverse hotspot it is under real threat from urbanisation. It is vitally important that Anstey-Keane Dampland be preserved intact.  The larger an area […]

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Carnaby's Black Cockatoo

Secure Black Cockatoo Habitat

The 2017 Great Cocky Count was released on 7 September 2017. From the introduction: ‘Trend analysis of roost counts for Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo in the Perth-Peel Coastal Plain found significant declines in both the fraction of occupied roosts and average flock size over the past eight Great Cocky Counts (2010-2017). The combined effect of fewer occupied […]

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Firewood Banksia (Banksia menziesii).

End Clearing of Banksia Woodlands

Banksia Woodlands listed as an endangered Threatened Ecological Community The Urban Bushland Council and the Wildflower Society of WA nominated Perth’s Banksia woodlands as a Threatened Ecological Community under the Federal Government’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. Following the recommendation of the Threatened Species Scientific Committee, the federal Minister for Environment accepted the conservation […]

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Urban Bushland Council WA Inc

2 Delhi Street West Perth WA 6005

PO Box 326 West Perth WA 6872

(08) 9420 7207 (please leave a message)

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