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Kangaroo Island Project

The Kangaroo Island Landscape Board is excited to announce it has recently received $77,000 of funding from the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife to support the KI Native Plant Nursery and revegetation activities.
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Wildlife Heroes

Wildlife rehabilitation volunteers devote a large part of their lives to rescuing and rehabilitating sick and injured wildlife. This is usually done at their own expense. Wildlife Heroes is proud to announce its latest grant round aimed at relieving financial demands and keeping volunteers safe while performing their important work.
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Our Impact Report 2022

We are delighted to present the annual Impact Report for 2022, showcasing the remarkable achievements of the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife in safeguarding Australia's natural wonders. Despite facing numerous challenges, significant progress has been made towards the mission of preserving these treasures for future generations. The year 2022 witnessed global strides in biodiversity, with Australia proudly joining 195 other nations in committing to protect 30% of the planet by 2030 through the signing of the Global Biodiversity Framework. Let's explore the Foundation's accomplishments and the positive impact they have made on our environment.
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Wildlife Heroes volunteer training

The Wildlife Heroes team has been supporting the many volunteers within wildlife rehabilitation since 2019. The sector (like many others) has been battling to get back where they were before Covid 19 lockdowns which interfered with normal volunteer recruiting and organisations’ general morale. When we asked the wildlife groups what Wildlife Heroes could do to help reinvigorate the sector they said, ‘we need more training’.
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