5 October 2011
Arid Recovery is an independent not-for-profit running a 123 km2 wildlife reserve in South Australia’s arid north.
They pioneer conservation science to help threatened species thrive across the Australian outback. They also research and monitor ecological restoration and provide people with info on how to improve management of Australia’s arid lands. Feral predators are the greatest concern for Arid Recovery’s mission to reintroduce native wildlife to the arid zone, and are their greatest priority for research.
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