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A winter tale of marsupial and moth

2017-01-05T03:07:41+00:00 News|

If you take to the slopes this winter, spare a thought for the tiny furry Victorians sleeping in crevices in the rock scree and boulder fields around Mt Buller, Mt Bogong, the Bogong High Plains and Mt Higginbotham. These critically endangered marsupials are thought to have dwindled to only 1000 or so individuals in Victoria, with [...]

The amazing Pollination Pathways project

2017-01-05T07:36:48+00:00 News|

The striking Blue-banded bee has pale opalescent blue stripes on its abdomen. Photo: Chiswick Chap CC BY-SA 4.0 Friends of Merri Creek ran an amazingly successful crowd-funding campaign called Help the Blue-banded Bee which raised $25,073 - over 66% more than the original target of $15,000. This qualifies the group to receive $15,000 matching [...]

Strengthening Parks Discussion Paper

2017-01-13T05:12:46+00:00 Submissions|

We are pleased that the Strengthening Parks review is being undertaken and hope the results will lead to substantial improvements to the operation and future of parks in this state, particularly those managed by Parks Victoria.

FriendsNET 96 – August 2016

2017-01-13T04:45:17+00:00 FriendsNet|

In this edition of FriendsNet we take a look at the value of preserving our parks. Did you know tourists spend $1.4 billion a year visiting Victoria's parks? We also look at the relationship between Mountain Pygmy-possums and the Bogong Moth, and report back on a 'fungi foray with the Friends of South Surrey.