PROTECTING WILDLIFE AND REGENERATING HABITAT ON
“Join us in becoming ambassadors for the natural world of Bruny and beyond”
Dr Tonia Cochran – Founder, Inala Foundation.
The Inala Foundation manages areas of significant importance for native flora and fauna habitat. Click the below link to learn about the importance of the Inala nature reserve for the eastern quoll.
Local, orphaned wildlife from road-kill, dog attacks and habitat disturbance are taken in and cared for by the team of wildlife carers at the Inala Foundation.
Native habitat within the Inala Nature Reserve is being restored through the removal of invasive weeds and revegetation using local native plant species.
The endangered Forty-spotted Pardalote is an incredibly fascinating bird and the Inala Nature Reserve is home to a substantial portion of the population.
The beautiful Swift Parrot migrates across the Bass Strait and returns to Tasmania for the breeding season. Bruny Island is one of the few, safe locations.
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The creation of the Inala Foundation was inspired by those who have supported our programs on threatened species and habitat conservation, wildlife care and education here at Inala since 1987. These people have shown me that together we can make a real difference to nature conservation, reaching way beyond what I dreamed was possible to achieve as an individual. Thank you for your support and trust, and for providing a voice for the natural world.