Flora, fauna under threat in the Central Tablelands | Photos, pictures

Faye Wheeler
By Faye Wheeler
Updated January 19 2020 - 9:09pm, first published 3:38am
SPOTTED: A rare regent honeyeater visits a water bowl in the garden of a landholder in the Capertee Valley area. Dr Sarah Bell encourages community members to provide water for birds, and report any regent honeyeater sightings. Photo: SUPPLIED

WIDE-RANGING projects across the Central West are aiming to secure wild populations of threatened species.

The NSW government has committed $100 million to save more animals and plants from extinction.

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Faye Wheeler

Faye Wheeler

Journalist

I have been a journalist for more than a decade and in that time I have been keeping Daily Liberal readers up to date about issues affecting them and what's happening in their community. Throughout my career I have covered a range of rounds and most recently I have been focusing on the business round.

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