Help us save the Regent Honeyeater
The Regent Honeyeater is at grave risk of extinction. They are listed as critically endangered by the NSW Government and its estimated there are only 350 – 400 left.
They nest in bushland near Kurri Kurri Australia yet the local Council (Cessnock) has just approved an industrial development which will bulldoze their habitat.
Please help us create a Regent Honeyeater National Park to save their home from industrial development.
For more information about the Regent Honeyeater and our campaign to create a Regent Honeyeater National Park please go to our website www.friendsoftumblebee.org
They need our help!
James Ryan, President, Friends of Tumblebee
P.S. The Friends of Tumblebee are challenging the decision by Cessnock Council to approve the development in the Land & Environment Court. We are represented by the Environmental Defenders Office NSW.