Case studies in South Australia
Covering almost 55,000 hectares near Waikerie in South Australia, Gluepot Reserve is a paradise for birds, with almost 200 different bird species recorded there. Of all the reserve's winged residents, the endangered black-eared miner is the most significant. This shy honeyeater was the main reason Birds Australia set out to protect Gluepot more than a decade ago.
Helping to build a wildlife corridor from Lake Torrens to the Northern Territory border, giving native species room to adapt in the face of a changing climate, fire and drought. Witchelina helps build the world's first transcontinental habitat corridor, from Port Augusta to Arnhem Land, the Trans-Australia Eco-Link.
Coorong National Park
When a quarter of South Australia's Hindmarsh Island was bought for conservation, it sparked some unusual environmental partnerships that now protect habitat far beyond the reserve's borders.
Gawler Ranges National Park
The Gawler Ranges, 600 kilometres to the North West of Adelaide on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, is one of the oldest volcanic landscapes in the world, created nearly 1,500 million years ago. Now a company specialising in eco-tourism is sharing this special place with tourists from all over the world.
The journey undertaken by the Adnyamathanha people to develop and manage Nantawarrina - Australia's first Indigenous Protected Area - has rehabilitated their land and revitalised their community.