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Alex Kutt wants to teach people to look at landscapes differently. "When pastoralists look across their country, they see whether there is enough grass and water for the cattle. It doesn’t take much to convince them to do the same for native wildlife." But first they need to know what species are found on their property and the essentials to keeping the wildlife fit and healthy.
Responses of the Common Brushtail Possum
The Rangelands Fire Management project commenced in October 2006, when contract arrangements were finalised and initial funding allocations received. This project report covers the reporting period from July 2006 to July 2007. Funding was only made available for the last 9 months of this period.
As part of a larger project to determine “the production and biodiversity costs and benefits of woodland thickening and mechanical thinning in the Qld Desert Uplands”, data were gathered from four properties around Torrens Creek and Prairie in Flinders Shire, north-west Qld.
Landsberg J. and Clarkson J.R. (2004) Threatened plants of Cape York Peninsula: A report to the Australian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage . Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Agency.
Australia is home to some of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Australia - the land of lizards.
A wealth of information on the mammals of Northern Queensland.