Welcome to Arid Recovery

Arid Recovery is a conservation research initiative based in the South Australian outback and dedicated to the restoration of Australia’s arid lands.

Established in 1997, the program is centred around a 123km² fenced reserve. Feral cats, rabbits and foxes have been eradicated from a total of 60km² and this has provided an area of complete protection into which four species of locally extinct mammals have so far been reintroduced.

Arid Recovery is a unique example of a highly successful partnership between industry, government, research and community via the four way partnership that supports Arid Recovery.

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Bettongs learning to survive
17 Jun, 2016
Followers of our blog would be familiar with the ARC linkage project with UNSW titled 'Tackling Prey Naivety' that has been in full swing  ..
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Arid recovery is a conservation initiative supported by:
bhp
adelaide university