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Do you like to WILDWATCH?
4/1/2004 -
Imagine if we all really looked at our own backyards - 20 million pairs of eyes across Australia looking at what’s living there. That’s the idea behind ABC’s WILDWATCH Australia - an online survey designed to find out more about wildlife in Australia’s backyards.

Winter is the time for Australian Natives
6/5/2003 -
Australian plants are stunning during winter and spring and now is the ideal time to start planting them.

After the fires - rebuilding the Wirreecoo Wildflower Garden
12/1/2003 -
During Christmas 2001, bushfires burnt through the Lady Denman Heritage Complex in Huskisson on the NSW South Coast. Within the complex was the Lady Denman Garden created in 1985 by the Nowra Group of the Australian Plant Society. The fire nearly destroyed the garden with only a few plants surviving. With enthusiasm and better knowledge, the group have started to design a new garden with the aim to make it even better than the previous one.

Star joins Flora for Fauna
4/16/2003 -
The Sydney Flannel Flower Actinotus helianthi “Starbright” PBR is the latest addition to the Flora for Fauna plant database.

Flora for Fauna a hive of information on native bees
1/24/2003 -
Did you know that native bees are valuable pollinators of Australian plants in both gardens and native ecosystems? And that many species of native bees also pollinate fruits and vegetables?

Flora for Fauna voted in Top 10 Websites of 2002
12/19/2002 -
Flora for Fauna has been voted as one of the best sites added to the Yahoo! Australia & NZ directory in 2002! And you can make it number 1!

Exclusive Flora for Fauna offer and competition for Gardening Australia Magazine readers!
4/11/2002 -
By purchasing the December 2002 issue of Gardening Australia Magazine, you can obtain a free fauna-attracting Australian plant and go into the draw to win $5,000 worth of prizes.

Flora for Fauna Comes to 'Better Homes & Gardens'
11/14/2001 -
Catch Graham Ross as he works with a group of neighbours and a local council in suburban Sydney to link their Flora for Fauna gardens to nearby bushland.

Site launch sparks Australia-wide environmental project
11/14/2001 -
Nation-wide biodiversity initiative, Flora for Fauna, took flight today (14/11/01) with the launch of the driving online component -

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