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2016 
   
   
Photo credit: Charmayne Cronje    

     
     

 
Photo credit: Kath Tuft

     
     

 
Photo credit: Guy Nelson
     
     

 
Photo Credit: Adrian Friedel
     
     
2015 
   

 
Photo credit: Casey Harris

     
     
2014
   
    Issue 3, 2014:
New leadership at AR

     
    Issue 2, 2014:
The beauty of the bettong

     
    Issue 1, 2014:
Year of the bettong

     
2013
   
    Issue 4, 2013:
A different perspective

   
    Issue 3, 2013:
Rain, rain go away

     
    Issue 2, 2013:
Beyond the heat of summer

     
    Issue 1, 2013:
A new year through new eyes

     
2012
  Issue 4, 2012: A new beginning
     
    Issue 3, 2012: A celebration of community
     
    Issue 2, 2012: The greening again
   
    Issue 1, 2012: Arid Recovery 15 years on


John has been beating around outback South Australia all his life, working on pastoral stations from the banks of Lake Eyre to the Gawler Ranges, doing everything from chasing sheep to building causeways and fixing pumps. He brings his lifetime of experience and can-do work ethic to Arid Recovery to maintain and develop the infrastructure at the Reserve, and to manage feral control programs.

John is ever vigilant to feral animal incursions into the Reserve. He can knock up practical solutions from whatever is lying around and is a critical part of the team.

John has been beating around outback South Australia all his life, working on pastoral stations from the banks of Lake Eyre to the Gawler Ranges, doing everything from chasing sheep to building causeways and fixing pumps. He brings his lifetime of experience and can-do work ethic to Arid Recovery to maintain and develop the infrastructure at the Reserve, and to manage feral control programs.

John is ever vigilant to feral animal incursions into the Reserve. He can knock up practical solutions from whatever is lying around and is a critical part of the team.

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Volunteer shooters keeping up with the feral cats
16 Jun, 2017
It’s a great year out here for native wildlife… but also a great year for feral cats. Many bouts of rain over the last 18 mon .. ..
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