Nullaki Conservation Initiative

The Nullaki Conservation Initiative, a sub-committee of Wilson Inlet Catchment Committee, is a community group made up of landholders who reside within the fenced off section of the Nullaki Peninsula. The main focus of the group is to enhance biodiversity though ongoing management efforts.

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Winter Newsletter is out now!

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Fauna Survey report completed! Now with April 2019 Addendum!

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Toolache Wallaby

Last seen 1939

In Australia it’s a race against extinction

0% of global mammal extinctions
in the last 400 years occurred in Australia
0 Australian mammals, birds, reptiles and fish
are now considered extinct
60% of global bird, mammal and reptile extinctions are due to introduced cats, rats, and foxes

Paradise Parrot

Last seen 1927

Carnaby’s Cockatoo

Endangered

WA species are increasingly endangered

0 West Australian mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish
are classified ENDANGERED
0 West Australian mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish
are classified CRITICALLY ENDANGERED
12% Increase in threatened West Australian flora and fauna species since 2009

Western Ringtail Possum

Critically endangered

Feral predators roam the Nullaki

Feral cat with bush rat

Fox on the prowl