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Saving our Species Signage

Saving our Species signage aims to protect and educate visitors about vulnerable plants and animals and what they can do to help. It is a NSW statewide program that aims to secure threatened plants and animals in the wild.

Since European settlement in Australia, more than 100 animal and plant species have become extinct. In NSW alone, there are close to 1,000 animal and plant species at risk of extinction. Saving our Species is the NSW Government’s initiative to secure as many of these species as possible in the wild for the next 100 years.

Saving our Species Signage

We have been engaged in ongoing signage and brochure projects for Australia’s threatened species. Here are a few examples.

Regent Honeyeater Saving our Species Sign

Capertee Valley – Saving our Species

Threatened Species Sign

Threatened Species

Regent Honeyeater Saving our Species Sign

Birding Behaviour – Saving our Species

Regent Honeyeater Saving our Species Sign

Regent Honeyeater – Saving our Species

Fleays Barred Frog Saving our Species Sign

Fleays Barred Frog – Saving our Species

Fontainea Saving our Species Sign

Fontainea – Saving our Species

Fontainea Saving our Species Sign

Fontainea in situ – Saving our Species

Brochures

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