Australia has the worst mammal extinction record in the world. Here's how it is protecting endangered species

In December 2020, the New South Wales (Australia) Environmental Trust announced that they were awarding a $20.3 million grant to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service to help halt species decline. The grant funded the creation of four new feral predator-free areas, more than tripling the size of such predator-free areas on NSW national parkland, and the reintroduction of threatened and declining species to three such previously-established areas. — Read the rest