About NCWG

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The Nature Conservation Working Group (NCWG) is a non-government, non-profit, environmental group that is comprised of several like-minded landholders who have a desire to ensure the survival of the iconic Bush Stone-curlew.

The NCWG supports a captive breeding program for these endangered birds within the Murray Catchment of NSW.  In addition the group supports a wide range of other groups and organisations to implement bush stone-curlew conservation programs across southern Australia.

Our main aim is to establish several viable pockets of these endangered birds within South Eastern Australia, an undertaking that will help enhance the Bush Stone-curlew’s chance of survival for the enjoyment of future generations. 

The work of the group is conducted by its volunteer members, who provide their time and expertise to benefit bush stone-curlew conservation.

Our work is carried out with the support of a wide range of partners including: