The Nature Conservation Society of South Australia is a voluntary body with members drawn from all parts of the State and all walks of life. The Society's primary objective is to foster the conservation of the State's wildlife and natural habitats. Our activities include:
The Society is also active in public education through activities such as Sunday Walks with Nature program, general meetings and its journal Xanthopus.
Yellowish Sedge skipper
A species of butterfly has been selected as the focal species of a landscape scale recovery project. The Hesperilla flavescens flavia or Yellowish Sedge-skipper (YSS) uses the sedge species Gahnia filum (Thatching Grass) for food, shelter and as a place to rear its larvae.