This draft plan was the product of a contract between Wik Projects and the Department of Natural Resources and Water, created on behalf of the Natural Heritage Trust. This report focuses predominately on the experiences and aspirations of Wik, Wik Way, and Kuugu people.
This plan attempted to improve the conservation status of ten species of Sea Birds by protecting and effectively managing breeding and foraging habitats and ensuring that threats such as pest flora and fauna dont prevent population growth.
The whale shark is the world's largest fish and one of only three filter feeding shark species, it was listed as vulnerable in 2001 under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC).
This plan was published in 2004 by the Natural Heritage Trust with the intention of halting the decline of the populations of three threatened marsupials: the Carpentarian Antechinus, Butler’s Dunnart, and the Northern Hopping-mouse.
In 2001 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and the Australian Natural Heritage Trust released a recovery plan for three species of cave dwelling bat Rhinolophus philippinesis, Hipposideros semoni, and Taphozous troughtoni.
This plan was released by the Department of Environment and Heritage and Natural Heritage Trust outlining the measures necessary to protect the endnagered Blue Whale and vulnerable Sei Whale and Fin Whale.
The Cape York Peninsula (CYP) Pest Management Strategy provides a planning framework for coordinated pest management between research bodies, agencies, communities, industries, individuals and the government.