KJ Quarterly Update (July 2019)

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In this edition:

  • Monitoring vulnerable species (quolls, wallaby and mankarr) to protect from feral animals.

  • Waru work: linking fire scars from previous years to produce fire breaks, and breaking up large areas of unburnt country, the rangers are managing fire on a landscape scale.

  • Species of the Desert Festival: for the first time in history, a threatened species recovery plan for Night Parrots was drafted on country with help from rangers, setting a benchmark for government partnerships.

  • Wama Wangka: the critical first step for Martu to drive change towards lives that are not undermined by alcohol.

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Quarterly updatesZan King