Work to monitor recovery from last November’s devastating fires in the Great Western Woodlands is well underway. Ngadju Rangers have already located and established photo monitoring points at a number of burnt-out malleefowl nest mounds. A simple GPS mapped star picket is set up as the camera base for photos to be taken at regular intervals for the next 10-15-20 years, or however long it takes for leaf litter to build up and enable the return of these marvellous birds.
The photos shows David Graham and Eric Wilson establishing photo point M4.
Photos by Mike Griffiths.