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Restoring Red Hill
11 Jun 2011
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The Red Hill Regenerators, in collaboration with Greening Australia and ACT Parks, Conservation and Lands, in May 2011, planted over 350 native trees and shrubs in the Red Hill Nature Reserve.  These are designed to help restore threatened Yellow Box-Red Gum grassy woodland, and provide habitat to increase the small populations of woodland birds like the Scarlet Robin, Southern Whiteface, Speckled Warbler and Double -barred Finch.

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