Our natural places are part of what makes Victoria the place to be.

But within a few generations, once-common native animals and plants have all but disappeared.

The Ecosystem Decline Inquiry tabled in State Parliament (2021) highlights the impact the tragic state of nature in Victoria. But it also gives us hope.

If the Victorian Government implements the key recommendations, commits to funding and uses the wildlife protection tools we already have, Regent Honeyeaters might even grace our gardens again one day.

Ask your MP to bring back our wildlife from the brink, so future generations get a chance to see Greater Gliders in forests and Hooded Plovers on the beaches.