Swan Coastal Plain, Darling Scarp, Darling Plateau
Important for biodiversity as they often have high species richness and provide a dependable location for many bird species.
What are they, Listings, Threatened Ecological communities and other information
Identifies areas of regionally significant bushland and associated wetlands for protection
Applied to protect environmental values at state or national levels and cover some Shire lands and private property
Waterways include rivers and their tributaries including streams, creeks and brooks
It includes over 11,500 known taxa of vascular plants including flowering plants, ferns and conifers
An array of native animals due to linkages and pockets of bushland managed by the Shire, the Department of Parks and Wildlife, private landowners and other agencies.
Introduced animals that compete with, predate upon and introduce diseases into endemic faunal populations.
Animal species which are likely to become extinct or which have been declared in need of special protection at a Federal or State level.
A plant that is not native to an area and has the potential to dominate and out compete the native species