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Resilience and recovery highlights of Nature Parks’ Annual Report

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Annual Report 2021-22 has been released, telling the story of recovery and resilience as the organisation continues to re-build following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Community warned to avoid coastal cliffs this summer

Phillip Island Nature Parks has issued a timely warning for residents and visitors about the risk of rockfalls from fragile cliffs along the island’s southern beaches this summer.

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Everyone encouraged to share our shores this summer

School children are being encouraged to showcase their artistic flair as part of a creative community collaboration to foster respect for the Phillip Island’s beaches and wildlife this summer.

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Phillip Island Koala Colony Passes Medical Check

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ rangers have conducted annual medical checks on their koala colony and given them a clean bill of health.

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Record breaking little penguins do it again

Phillip Island’s Little Penguins have set their second record in five months, with 5440 birds waddling up the beach on Saturday night.

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Eastern barred bandicoot celebrates wild anniversary

The endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoot is thriving on Phillip Island, five years after they were introduced to the island safe haven and saved from extinction in the wild.

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Short-tailed shearwaters return to improved habitat

  Short-tailed shearwaters have begun arriving at Phillip Island to find newly improved nesting habitat for their breeding season this year. About 1.

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Puppies training to keep Phillip Island fox-free 

  A new generation of detection dogs have started their training on Phillip Island to ensure the island remains fox-free.

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Island Arks arrive at Phillip Island

  Experts in island conservation from around Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific are set to meet at the Penguin Parade next month to discuss the biggest issues facing our unique…

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New research into treating mange in koalas 

  A team of scientists is undertaking a study to treat mange infections in koala populations, testing whether a simple, single dose of a drug used to successfully treat the skin…

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