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Darwin’s large woodland trees – a preliminary study

1.  Introduction The tropical savanna woodland (hereafter referred to as woodland), and the diverse wildlife it supports, helps make Darwin a special place for residents and visitors. Many of the animal and bird species found around Darwin rely on tree hollows for shelter or nesting. The oldest and largest trees of the woodland provide the …

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  http://saveleepoint.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/2022-12-21-Tree-Hollows-update.kmz The destruction of Lee Point Corridor by government is not OK. Darwin needs sustainable development not an urban sprawl. One stage (out of 8) has already been destroyed. Please write a letter to your Elected Representatives and media.     Why the Lee Point housing development is controversial… Read more Government is subsidising an urban sprawl …

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