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Restoring habitat for the endangered Mahogany Glider.

Queensland, Australia
Miyawaki Forest
Habitat Restoration
Endangered Species
Self Sustaining
After approx. two years our SUGi Pocket Forests can be classed as self-sustaining, at which point they can be handed over to nature and left alone for complexity to naturally develop.
Rewild ecosystems in Australia




Square Meters


Native Species

4 Years
4 Years

β€œBy rewilding Bilyana we aim to improve the conservation status of the Mahogany Glider through habitat protection and recovery.”

Brett Krause, SUGi Forest Maker

Ants Nest
Graceful Honeyeater (Microptilotis Gracilis)
Native Gardenia (Rothmannia Globosa)
Sandpaper Figs (Ficus Opposita)
Grasshopper on a native olive leaf (Chionanthus ramiflora)
Bandicoot berry (Leea novoguineensis)
Magpie moth (Nyctemera secundiana)
Spider web & black wattle tree (Acacia mangium)

β€œOur pioneer species are coming in well! With a bit of rain recently, our trees are growing well, beginning to reshoot and flower. We are observing more life and biodiversity: insects are making their nests, there are lizards, and plenty of worms! The Southern Cassowary has been spotted in our forest!”

Brett Krause, SUGi Forest Maker

White Ash (Alphitonia petreii)
Sandpaper Fig (Ficus opposita)
Strap Wattle (Acacia holosericea)
Hopbush (Dodonaea viscosa)

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