Mantung Conservation Park
|Mantung Conservation Park|
IUCN category VI (protected area with sustainable use of natural resources)
|Nearest town or city||Loxton|
|Established||16 October 2014|
|Area||1,696 hectares (4,190 acres)|
|Managing authorities||Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources|
|See also||Protected areas of South Australia|
Mantung Conservation Park is a protected area located in South Australia about 45 kilometres (28 miles) west of the town of Loxton. The conservation park was proclaimed under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 on 16 October 2014 in respect to an area of land that:
…complements a large network of adjoining Vegetation Heritage Agreements in the area which are well-managed by local farmers and the Mantung-Maggea Land Management Group (MMLMG) with support from the Murray Mallee Local Action Planning (MMLAP) group and Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB).
The conservation park is reported as being important for the conservation of the following bird species - malleefowl, southern scrub robin, shy heathwren, inland thornbill, white-browed babbler and purple-gaped honeyeater.
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