Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are nature’s hotspots. They are the most important places left for life on Earth. While most people imagine iconic landscapes, KBAs don’t only occur in wide-open spaces – there are many KBAs near urban areas too. And with over 80 per cent of Australians living within just an hours’ drive of a KBA, there is sure to be one on your doorstep. Visit the BirdLife Australia website to learn more about KBAs and to download more information on the KBAs within 100 kilometres of your capital city.
Submitted by Monica on 13 Jun 2017.