We're excited to share with you some recent media featuring Bush Heritage's Hamelin Station Reserve, in Western Australia, which borders Hamelin Pool and Shark Bay World Heritage Area.
It's all thanks to you, our supporters, that we're able to protect vulnerable species like the Malleefowl, Western Grasswren and Hamelin Skink. But that's not all! With your help, we've been able to conduct a survey on Hamelin and we're now discovering more species that may be endemic to the area.
We are also able to contribute to research at the Hamelin Pool where the largest assemblage of stromatolites are found. Stromatolites are fossils containing the earliest evidence of life on Earth.
Check out these links to read more or watch the short video clips: