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The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) is celebrating 50 years of the Western Australian Herbarium's botanical journal 'Nuytsia' by naming and describing 50 new species over the course of the year as part of a 'golden anniversary' edition of the journal.

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The McGowan Government is delivering on projects that will improve safety and enhance the experience for visitors in the Collie area.

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Emergency recovery efforts are underway to assist Western Australia's rarest bird following recent bushfires.

The department has a strong regional presence throughout the State and staff are in regular contact with neighbours.

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A formal joint management partnership has commenced between the Bunuba Dawangarri Aboriginal Corporation and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) that recognises and protects the cultural heritage values of the existing conservation reserves within the Bunuba native title lands.

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The creation of regional parks in the Bunbury and Leschenault areas is a step closer, with an agreement reached between the McGowan Government and City of Bunbury.

Parks and Wildlife Service runs volunteer projects across Western Australia including scientific research, community education and maintenance of the State's fauna and flora.

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The William Bay National Park renewal project is set to start this month, with the contract recently awarded for the redevelopment of the ageing park facilities.

World Heritage areas are the most exceptional and unique places on Earth.

The State Government has announced a plan to create five million hectares of new national and marine parks and reserves across Western Australia.

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