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When thinking about Australian wildlife, earthworms may not be the first animals that come to mind. But did you know that southern Australia is home to one of the rarest earthworms in the world? Greenfleet’s reforestation work in Gippsland is protecting this threatened species from habitat degradation.
Sep 09, 2020
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Meet the Native Birds of Kosciuszko National Park There is a collection of three forests that Greenfleet helped revegetate in the Kosciuszko National Park in NSW. Depot, Log Bridge and Humes Crossing make more than 250ha that have been revegetated in the area. Now, over 300,000 trees are growing across these three sites.
Welcome Swallow, Hirundo neoxena While the Welcome Swallow is found throughout Australia, we couldn’t help but add this photo to our list. While fully grown Welcome Swallows have a deep metallic blue coat, you can see they have fluffy white feathers as hatchlings! This little was snapped on a cool morning just near our forest called Humes Crossing.  
Emus, Dromaius novaehollandiae One of our most iconic native animals call these forests home - the Emu! As one of the world’s tallest birds, they can grow to 1.9 metres tall. This one was spotted wondering around some of the more open areas of the planting, most likely looking for a snack.
White Eared Honeyeater, Lichenostomus leucotis
Crimson Rosella, Platycercus elegans With their bright red feathers and blue cheeks these birds are hard to miss! Interestingly, in some parts of Australia the same species can look quite different. If you find Crimson Rosellas in areas such as the Murray River, they can actually have yellow and black plumage. Completely different to the one we found here!
Dusky Wood Swallow, Artamus cyanopterus These little birds travel in flocks most of the time and might seem harmless, but they can be very territorial when it comes to breeding season! Luckily, these two were keeping the peace which meant we were able to get a photo of them without any interruptions.
These birds and many more can be found in the Kosciuszko National Park. While our focus is on taking critical climate action in the areas in which we plant, seeing an increase in biodiversity and wildlife demonstrates the additional benefits our work can have. You can learn about more of our forests here. Resources: Birdlife Australia
Aug 29, 2019