Leafy home for bushfire affected koalas

Posted on 13/02/2021 by

Phillip Island Nature Parks is providing much needed sanctuary to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of four bushfire affected koalas at their Koala Conservation Reserve.

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Nature Parks reports on a year like no other

Posted on 29/01/2021 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Annual Report 2019-20 has been released providing a story of an extraordinary year of conservation achievements, celebrating successes, resilience and realising a new future vision amidst the challenges of a global pandemic.

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Black summer bushfire koalas return to the wild

Posted on 07/12/2020 by

Fourteen koalas rescued during last summer's devastating Victorian bushfires have finally returned home.

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World Migratory Bird Day

Posted on 10/10/2020 by

Phillip Island is a place of national significance for several migratory bird species.

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Study reveals secret life of Wallabies

Posted on 04/08/2019 by

A recently published study which tracked the movements of 48 wallabies on Phillip Island has revealed which parts of the landscape they prefer to use and how that selection changes between day and night hours. Phillip Island Nature Parks Deputy Research Director, Dr Duncan Sutherland, explained that the research is part of the Nature Parks’ commitment to use robust science to inform how we can best manage and live with wildlife on Phillip Island.

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