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‘North of the Tully’ Fauna Corridors.

‘North of the Tully’ Fauna Corridors.

We're creating habitat and corridors for endangered species such as the Southern Cassowary and Mahogany Glider adjacent to the northside of the Tully River in Tropical North Queensland. Together we can make a greener, cleaner world.

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Fragmented forest in the Wet Tropics has resulted in the need to link habitat via corridors for the endangered Southern Cassowary and Mahogany Glider. We’ve already started by planting 20 000 native trees in the last 3 years over 15 acres on the northside of the Tully River, Tropical North Queensland.

We need your help to move into the next phase of expansion. Your contribution will help get native trees planted and maintained while also expanding remnant forest. Our goal is to connect with the nearest National Park and create a linkage to virgin rainforests.

Together we will make a greener, cleaner world. Every dollar is appreciated plus you’ll get a tax deduction as well. Thank you for your support.

One Tree Matters.

www.brettacorp.org.au

1 thought on “‘North of the Tully’ Fauna Corridors.

  1. Brett Krause

    One Tree Matters.
    Your Tree Matters.

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