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“There is time yet to avoid the irrevocable loss of so much we hold dear, to enjoy the spoils of the true wealth that comes from nurturing Country, by following the Law set down and followed by our Old People over thousands of generations. When you look after Country, your mother, she will look after you.

It is not too late.”

Zena Cumston et. al., Plants: Past, Present and Future (Thames & Hudson, 2022)


Help us manage Eungedup Wetlands

Make a Difference

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, you haven't spent the night with a mosquito.”


There is more than one way to make a difference. Set out below are some of the many ways you can do your bit to help save our flora and fauna.

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Not-for-profit, conservation organisations and groups that could use your support.

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It's almost 100 years since Australia lost the paradise parrot, ‘the most beautiful Paroquet that exists’.

In 1922, A.D Chisholm, in despair at the imminent loss, noted that it was both the ‘citizens and governing authorities’ who neglected ‘a definite duty’ to help save the Paradise parrot, and issued a desperate plea to Australians (Mateship with Birds, 1922, at p168):

The question arises, then, what are the bird-lovers of Australia going to do about this matter of vanishing Parrots? Surely it is a subject worthy of the closest attention of all good Australians!"

The time to act is now. Most endangered species can still be saved.  In the  words of Dr Jane Goodall , the greatest danger to our future is apathy.


'[W]e will have to stop depending on someone else to save the world. It is up to us- you and me, all of us.’

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