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On The Brink Issue 03, 2018

On The Brink Issue 03, 2018

January 5, 2019

Welcome to the final edition of On the Brink for 2018.

In this issue, we cover the highlights of the Numbat/Detector Dog project in Western Australia as it reaches completion of Stage Two of the project. We also look back over the past 25 years of the Foundation and revisit past projects, the Spiny Daisy, and find out the latest on the destructive domination of the Cane Toad.

You can read our latest interview with FAME Board Director, Margaret Wilksch OAM and catch up on current project updates from around Australia, including our newest project, to secure the future of Australia’s most endangered macadamia species, the Bulburin Nut.

If you have any feedback, suggestions, comments or questions, please email fame@fame.org.au.

To download a print version of On The Brink Issue 03, 2018, Click here