Indicator Primary

Fauna at riskFauna at riskWhile still exisitng in other parts of WA, the Bilby: a charasmatic marsupial distinguished by its “bunny-like ears”, has sadly been lost from the SWCC Region forever and more threatened species are at risk of being lost. More »Threatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesBetween 2001 and 2017, the number of aquatic species…

Indicator Secondary

CategoriesAllFaunaWaterVegetationClimateCultureLand for WildlifeLand for WildlifeLand for Wildlife is a voluntary conservation program to encourage and assist private landholders to provide habitat for wildlife on their property. Within the SWCC Region, 1,516 properties are under Land for Wildlife covering a total of 26,364 hectares. More »Flora at riskFlora at riskWestern Australian flora is arguably some of…

Aquatic Biodiversity Infobite

Water availabilityWater availabilityWater availabilityWater availabilityThe Department of Water and Environmental Regulation licences the taking of water from about 250 groundwater and surface water resources in the South West region that are proclaimed under the Rights in Water and Irrigation Act 1914. The total volume of water available under allocation limits for these water resources is…

Climate Change Infobite

Fauna at riskFauna at riskFauna at riskFauna at riskWhile still exisitng in other parts of WA, the Bilby: a charasmatic marsupial distinguished by its “bunny-like ears”, has sadly been lost from the SWCC Region forever and more threatened species are at risk of being lost. Threatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesBetween 2001…

Communities & Culture Infobite

Threatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesThreatened Aquatic SpeciesBetween 2001 and 2017, the number of aquatic species (including wetland dependent birds) in the South West NRM region, which have been adequately searched for and are deemed to be, in the wild, either rare, at risk of extinction, or otherwise in need of special protection, and…

Land Resources Infobite

Salinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureThis is a key issue affecting agriculture in Western Australia, particularly in the eastern parts of the region. The implications of dryland salinity to the agricultural industry are widespread and include reduced crop yield, area of arable land, land capability and should also include the growing need…

Terrestrial Biodiversity Infobite

Salinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureSalinity and agricultureThis is a key issue affecting agriculture in Western Australia, particularly in the eastern parts of the region. The implications of dryland salinity to the agricultural industry are widespread and include reduced crop yield, area of arable land, land capability and should also include the growing need…

Water Resources Infobite

Water availabilityWater availabilityWater availabilityWater availabilityThe Department of Water and Environmental Regulation licences the taking of water from about 250 groundwater and surface water resources in the South West region that are proclaimed under the Rights in Water and Irrigation Act 1914. The total volume of water available under allocation limits for these water resources is…

Aquatic Biodiversity

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