Kerezsy is an ecologist for Bush Heritage Australia, a non-profit conservation organization.
What does HERA stand for?
HERA stands for Heritage Australia
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We have 34 other meanings of HERA in our Acronym Attic
- Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
- Hydroxyethylrutoside (also seen as HR)
- Hyperemesis Education and Research
- Homologous EGF Receptor Kinase
- Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 1
- Human EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) Receptor 2 (oncology)
- Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 4
- Hadron-Elektron-Ringanlage (Hadron Electron Ring Accelerator)
- Health Education and Research Association
- Heavy Engineering Research Association
- High-Explosive Rocket Assisted
- Higher Education Reconciliation Act of 2005
- Higher Education Role Analysis (UK)
- Holding Energia Risorse Ambiente (Bologna, Italy)
- Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008
- Housing Education and Research Association (Bozeman, MT)
- Human and Environmental Risk Assessment
- Hurricane Education Recovery Act
- Health and Environmental Research Advisory Committee
- Hautes Études et Recherches pour les Apprentissages dans les Centres de Langues de l'Enseignement Supérieur (French: Advanced Studies and Research for Learning in the Language Center of Higher Education)
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It was purchased by Bush Heritage Australia in 2008 with federal, state and private funding.
Public land such as parks, revegetated streamsides and road reserves, all home to often scarce remnant vegetation, would be key components of biolinks, as would properties and habitat purchased for biodiversity under schemes such as those run by Trust for Nature and Bush Heritage Australia.
The good news for the Eurobodalla gliders is that the NSW Government, in partnership with groups such as Bush Heritage Australia and Greening Australia, has recently announced it is embarking on the creation of a 2800-kilometre-long biodiversity corridor stretching from the Alps in Victoria to Atherton in Queensland.
Greening Australia, Bush Heritage Australia and The Nature Conservancy are initially focused on reconnecting a 70 km stretch of wildlife habitat between the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River National Parks.