Category Archives: Friends of Mount Majura

The Practicalities of Habitat Regeneration at Mt Majura

Thomas Paine – U7013853 Habitat loss is the largest threat to biodiversity and whilst fires in the Amazon capture headlines, degradation has occurred much closer to home. Recently I had the opportunity to understand the historical degradation of a box … Continue reading

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If it’s bright green it doesn’t belong in Australia- Friends of Mount Majura

Mount Majura and its neighbouring reserve Mount Ainslie contain an incredible amount of biodiversity from the Canberra Spider Orchid, to the critically endangered Yellow Box-Red Gum Grassy Woodland. For a number of years, I’ve been searching for a local conservation … Continue reading

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