Australia’s wildlife beauty spots


This video says about itself:

Australia’s Key Biodiversity Areas: Discover Nature’s Hotspots

20 March 2017

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are nature’s hotspots. They are the most important places left for life on earth. Australia’s KBAs are the irreplaceable homes of birds and other wildlife that make our country unique – they are places we love. And many are closer than you might think.

Despite their global significance, many KBAs don’t receive the protection they deserve. As a result, the health of these special places is in decline. But we can turn this around. BirdLife Australia is working with local communities to improve recognition of the value of these places, and finding solutions to the threats they face. Everyone can play a role in safeguarding the future of Australia’s nature hotspots – will you join us?

Thanks to the BirdLife staff and volunteers who generously donated footage for this video: Dan Weller, Andrew Silcocks, Dean Ingwersen, Glenn Ehmke, Wes Cooper, Matt Herring and Reuben Warren.

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