20MT-GA-T3-02 Red-Tailed Phascogale Habitat Enhancement and Restoration of Eucalyptus Woodlands in Western Australian Farmlands
This will provide 1000 hectares of native vegetation cover, increase the extent of the nationally listed ‘Eucalyptus Woodlands of the WA wheatbelt’ (Critically Endangered) and provide new habitat for the nationally listed Red-tailed Phascogale (Vulnerable) and other threatened fauna and flora species. The Red-tailed Phascogale once extended across semiarid and arid Australia but is now confined entirely to a heavily cleared and fragmented portion of the southern wheatbelt of Western Australia. The species persists in <1% of its former range where up to 84% of native vegetation has been cleared for agriculture.
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