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Habitat corridors

As wildlife habitat is forced to make way for housing and industrial developments throughout Port Stephens, we examine the importance of remnant vegetation and existing connectivity across public reserves as well as on private properties.

Seen any Swifties out there?

Seen any Swifties out there? The 2023 Swift Parrot mainland season is well and truly underway, though so far we have not seen many birds in NSW and very few …   Read more

An alliance for threatened species in a warming world

Coordinator of the Hunter Community Environment Centre, Jo Lynch, leads a coalition of groups, including EcoNetwork, planning to save threatened species in the Barrington to Hawkesbury Climate Corridors,   Read more

Koala protection or mis-planned extinction?

Property developers, Ingenia, are seeking Council’s approval to change the previously approved ‘Boardwalk’ development. This plan would make it impossible for koalas to move across Tomaree Peninsula from east to west by creating a concrete jungle across this already narrow wildlife corridor. Help us stop the bulldozers!   Read more

Securing Tomaree’s Biodiversity

Thirteen community groups based on the Tomaree Peninsula came together and submitted a significant proposal to protect the habitat corridor linking Tomaree National Park, Tilligerry Nature Reserve and Mambo Wetlands.   Read more

Have you seen this sign?

You would think that fewer koala deaths is a good thing, but these numbers reflect more than meets the eye. Encounters with wild koalas by our local community are very rare these days   Read more


They’re the subject of EcoNetwork’s very first special interest group – EcoPollinators – a community-based sustainability program to conserve and expand habitat for native pollinators.   Read more