(Non-scientific) article about indigenous rangers tackling extinction of species and loss of biodiversity in outback Australia.
"A key reason for a scientist to work with Aboriginal people in Australia is to try to see the country through their eyes — makes you a better ecologist as well as a richer person."
Great to see what they are doing.
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@binsrc that's pretty cool :) the monitoring program sounds quite interesting too!