Biodiversity is the variety of all life forms on earth – around 84% of plants, 83% of mammals, and 45% of birds found only in Australia. Invasive species pose major threats to the rangelands biodiversity, reducing overall species abundance and diversity. Fire of an unnatural frequency and intensity, flooding and drought through land damage and climate change are all threatening our natural biodiversity. Working across these areas we work to protect and retain this abundance and diversity.

Dampier Peninsula Fire Working Group

Rangelands NRM is coordinating the Dampier Peninsula Fire Working Group, which brings together Traditional Owners, ranger groups, government agencies, not for profit organisations.

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Communities protecting the values of West Kimberley Ramsar sites

Rangelands NRM will engage with eight community groups in order to achieve better collaboration to reduce the spectrum of threats posted to the Ramsar-listed Roebuck Bay and to a lesser extent, 80 Mile Beach.

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Reducing risks to malleefowl habitat across the WA southern rangelands

Through the Rangelands NRM Malleefowl project, Rangelands NRM will continue to support the initiatives and commitments of Traditional groups of the WA rangelands desert region.

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Finding common ground to protect Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area

The project will work to immediately address current issues with predators (cats, feral dogs, foxes) which are impacting on the two largest mainland nesting sites of Loggerhead turtles in WA.

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Reducing risks to bilby habitat across the northern rangelands

Rangelands NRM will facilitate the engagement of Traditional Owners, Indigenous Rangers and pastoralists into complementary initiatives  to address known threats.

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Weed control for threatened species habitat

The Pilbara Mesquite Management Committee (PMMC) has been operating locally in the Pilbara region since 2001, working primarily with land managers to battle weed issues on pastoral leases, mining tenements and conservation estates.

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