It’s business as usual for us at #CharlesDarwinReserve & that means times for a sound check.@BushHeritageAus is part of a world-first acoustic observatory made up of 400 sensors across the entire continent – allowing us to take the pulse of #WildOz https://t.co/oPEfvASrxY pic.twitter.com/NZTHoj43Zz
— Jessica Stingemore (@J_Stingemore) March 23, 2020
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Today I have announced $50 million for an Emergency Wildlife and Habitat Recovery Package to support immediate work to protect wildlife and work with scientists, ecologists, communities and land managers to plan the… https://t.co/oMl6bTqlg4
— Sussan Ley (@sussanley) January 13, 2020
— National Malleefowl Recovery Team (@MalleefowlAus) May 5, 2020