Indigenous Australians help to battle non native and destructive species

This video in the article is produced by Territory NRM, showcases Desert Wildlife Services (Rachel Paltridge) and Newhaven Rangers (Christine, Alice, Benedict and George) integrating science and indigenous tracking skills to remove feral cats from the landscape, reducing pressure on threatened Great Desert Skink populations at the Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s, Newhaven Sanctuary.

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Feral cats continue to place pressure on native animals, especially in arid ecosystems.
​http://www.territorynrm.org.au/single-post/2017/03/13/VIDEO-Skilled-Indigenous-Rangers-%E2%80%93-Cat-tracking-and-managing-feral-cats

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