Bushfire Recovery Projects

Devastating bushfires have impacted Australia’s biodiversity on a scale not previously seen since record-keeping began in the mid-1800s.
Become a citizen scientist and spot animals in photographs captured by automated cameras in burnt areas.
With your help researchers can better understand the impact of fire on our biodiversity and ecosystems.

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Possums in the rain!? (HJ_F03_Batch04)

Task              1. Read guidance via the ‘View tutorial’ button before you ‘Get St…

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KI Dunnart Survey: 19 A-Wedge Region - May 2020 (Part 3)

In December 2019 and January 2020 Kangaroo Island was devastated by bushfire. The KI…

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Possums in the rain!? (HJ_F03_Batch03)

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