Notification: Parks and Wildlife Service is part of the new Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

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Parks and Wildlife has entered into a partnership with Rangelands NRM and Greening Australia to form Pilbara Corridors, a co-ordinated approach for addressing biodiversity threats in the Pilbara.   

The Pilbara is recognised as one of Australia’s 15 biodiversity hotspots, and therefore an area of high conservation value with a largely intact ecosystem that can be protected, and potentially enhanced, through focused and directed land management.

Pilbara Corridors aims to protect and improve existing native vegetation and stabilise critical ecosystems against the threat of inappropriate fire, invasive pests and weeds, promoting a stable environment for future generations.

For more information visit the Pilbara Corridors website at www.pilbaracorridors.com.au or view the pdfPilbara Corridors fact sheet2.12 MB.